I am deeply saddened to inform u that my mum Adelaide passed away on 10Feb 2013. She lived just 5mnths with Ovarian cancer. She had 3chemos before surgery and her debulking surgery was on 28Nov2012. She was never the same after surgery.I dont know what went wrong but she had severe nausea and weightloss and ascites post surgery. She was admitted thrice and fluid was drained. Then she had another chemo that didnt help with the ascites, instead she crashed. Post chemo we went for a check up and they found her heart rate high , kept her under observation for an hr, then admitted her, same night she was in ICU. Then they said she was terminal all of a sudden. She was dying in ICU but got better, was shifted into the ward. But the fluid filled everywhere and she had multiple problems(nutrition, breathing, immobility). I stayed with her the last night and called my siblings at 4am when she got worse. She passed away with her kids, mum and partner around her. I cant believe how quickly things went downhill. She was shopping and eating out just before her surgery. Her post surgery scans were completely clear. I miss her terribly as I was her only care giver and I am still stuck in that routine in my mind. I will love her forever. Im glad she is not suffering anymore and Im even gladder that noting could change our love except death. At my wedding last yr she read a poem. I keep watching that video. She said "you will be together forever, till the white wings of death seperate you. Love one another but give not ur hearts to one another, cause only the hand of God can contain your hearts." I have given my mum to God and with it a piece of my heart forever.
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