By - hannahjoys
I was in the hospital for covid pneumonia and was also given remdesivir, put on oxygen, and given lots of other meds. They wouldn’t let me leave until my oxygen levels were good on my own. I was discharged yesterday and I am home recovering. Hospitalization is not the end. He’s in the best place he can be right now and they’ll do their best to get him home. Sounds like he’s improving if he’s on half as much oxygen now. Try not to get too worried. I pray for his speedy recovery.
This is encouraging to hear. I’m so glad to hear that you’re back home. I wish you the best!
Hell yes I love to hear great news like this! Thanks for taking time to post your story for others!!
Congratulations on getting released and being HOME! Many best wishes for continued speedy recovery.
Thank you everyone. Covid is scary and unpredictable and there’s not a lot of first hand accounts so I’m happy to share and I hope my experience provides at least some comfort. Thanks for the well wishes everyone and be as safe as you can out there.
He’s improving and getting great care. I can’t imagine how helpless you feel. I’ve not been to the hospital, so I can’t answer your question. I just want you to know you’re not alone in this. Hang in there and try to remain positive.
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He’s home! :)
So glad to hear. Can you please tell me how long he was on oxygen and what percentage?
They switched in between the nasal and the venti mask for his entire stay in the hospital which was 8 days. I’m not sure the percentage. Once he could breathe on 4 liters they sent him home.