I arrived to the maternity house with aches already started. I’ve been waiting for 12 hours for my uterus to “open”. Then injection of “solvent” was made in my vein and my child was born. The child born had no problem and taken by the father because I needed an intervention with post-partum bleeding. I expressed my emotions, would it be pain or happiness (that is what I felt) and I said that I would like to sleep because the intervention of the doctor seemed to be eternal, and I wanted to end my torture. The desire for my sleep has been caused by the loss of so much blood.
The baby was born at 18 o'clock and at 22 o’clock I was still fighting. Then the decision was made to cut the uterus, I was explained that the uterus did not regain its initial condition and there was no other way. The doctors informed me that I was taken to another service and that's why we had to wait. This phrase was an electric shock for me. I was taken to reanimation where I have been for 3 days when I felt like a real furniture. The nurses did not even ask me how I was, they just cleansed me, made injections and that’s it. I do not forget the needle of one student, who tried to inject it in my vein for 4 times and after my complaints said, “What can I do?”. I replied that taking into consideration my condition he could study to find a vein on me, because there was so much pain and it didn’t matter anymore. Maybe my gesture would be useful (I had no place on both hands from the needles). During these 3 days only one nurse asked me why I cried so much. (I spent 2 days and night crying). My long-awaited baby was born, and I did not even have the right to see it, no one had the right to come and I could not have a phone for connecting my spouse and outside world. In the reanimation, I was placed as soulless t subject (this is my feeling). I replied the nurse why I cried so much - I did not even see my daughter. She was taken by the father and was left with him, and he had no idea what to do at all. During these three days my child was with the father and with midwives by night.
The nurse decided to give me the opportunity to give me and my child 5 minutes as an exception. After that I spent 10 days in maternity house, and my girl was with me by the day and with midwives by the night, in order to let me rest.
After that I decided to have a second child and I gave birth exactly in 2 hours. When we were sent to ward, and I met my husband, we thought it was a dream. On the next day of the delivery, I realized what hell I went through two years ago.
And then, perhaps, after 4 years of this ambition, I accidentally listened to the report where the situation very similar to mine was discussed by the specialists, why did you get a 27-year-old girl had such complication.
Later I got that this “solvent” was injected in a large dose in my vein which prevented uterus to return its initial form and caused bleeding. In 2007, the doctor told me that it was not clear why had a 27-year-old girl had a reaction on it as 40 years old woman.