The nightmare (i wish it was) started on january and i wrote about it here. The crack on aorta was healing and all seemed to be going very well. Even though lately he complained about getting tired very quickly...but all the time he thought that was perfectly normal.
Yesterday evening i was gaming, i received a call from my dad, i thought it was dad but it was simply his wife calling me, and it was monday morning all over again. She asked me i could come over right away cause she believed my father just had a heart attack or tia, because for a few seconds his mouth had looked very weird, and couldn't properly speak..i think kinda like when people have a stroke. He had alot of pain near the area of the aorta.
So i went there, ambulance already there. We all went to hospital. They did a CT scan, doctor comes in and says 'Well mister, it doesn't look too good, i'm afraid' . He then explained that the crack/rip in the aorta had gone upwards, towards the heart. (previously it ripped downwards..still very serious but less life threatening) something that really doesn't happen often to patients that have a damaged aorta like this. So even though it doesn't happen often....it DID happen with my dad, seriously...**** this world sometimes!!! Someone who SO DOES NOT deserve all this gets this.
The doc explained that a surgery was nessecary, highly nessecary, also a high risk surgery, a very critical condition. That same night he underwent surgery, after having no sleep...me and my stepmother went to the hospital in the morning and after awhile one of the surgeons explained the situation to us. They spent 9 hours on the surgery, he also explained that there wasn't enough blood flowing through one of his arms and legs, and if this wasn't gonna be fixed or fixing itself, the arm/leg might die. But this seems better now, he's in the intensive care now and unconcious, because of the drugs/meds they used while performing surgery. They are gonna let him sleep for as long as nessecary, and have him wake up when the time is right.
I am happy as hell that he survived the surgery, cause the docs kept saying it was high risk, but i have no idea what to expect when he wakes up. Cause one of the arteries that connects or is related to the aorta...connects to his head, so like the docs say, we can't say what he will be like when he wakes up.