January of 2015, I was put into a medically induced coma for 8 days because of intestinal adhesions restricting my intestines. I had crazy hallucinations after for a few days and it did kind of haunt me for a few months afterward. But I got over it and I feel like I'm back to my normal self now. Starting a few months ago, me and my husband started having intense marital problems, problems that I have brought up to him in the past that never got resolved before. Because the problems still persisted, I left him. We are both seeing counselors to talk about the marital problems. My husband is convinced that my problems I have with him are all in my head. They've been exaggerated because all of my past health problems, including the coma. I do not feel that is the case. I had these problems with him before the coma. He talked to a nurse and supposedly she said that it is common for people to experience committment issues after being under a medically induced coma. Is that really a thing? I understand ptsd and depression, but committment issues? Really? This is starting to make me question my mental and emotional state!!
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