Even Sonny loves a game of basketball and tried to steal the ball from Jeff.
Then it was time for the crazy part. Our water heater went out and I still don't have any hot water. The repair guy will come tomorrow and I can't seem to get a straight answer from Sears whether they are coming from 8-1 or 12-5. They keep changing it on me and seem fine with the fact that I should wait around all day.
Then it got worse. Jeff started complaining that he didn't feel well and then at 11:30 he ran to the bathroom to throwup and I heard a thud. I went running and he said that he passed out but was okay now. I kept talking to him and then he wasn't saying anything else. So I went in the the bathroom and he had passed out again. I yelled his name and he was unresponsive. I freaked out but I checked and made sure that he was still breathing and had a pulse and ran to call 911. He was conscious before the ambulance came and alert and aware. This happened once before in June after which he had his gall bladder removed. He is in the hospital still and hopefully will be out tomorrow morning. I am beyond stressed and I just feel like I can't catch a break. I feel like so many things are going wrong and I just want things to go smoothly for once. I just want everyone in my family to be okay and healthy. Is that really too much to ask?
The only cause they can come up with is Vaso-vagal syncope. Here's the explanation I found on the internet~This is caused by the triggering of a paradoxical reflex, which causes a fall in blood pressure and loss of consciousness. There are multiple terms to describe vaso-vagal syncope, including vaso-depressor syncope, neurocardiogenic syncope, cardio-inhibitory syncope, and neurally-mediated syncope, all of which refer to the same reflex. This reflex usually occurs while standing upright although it can on occasion occur while sitting, after exercise, or after a meal.
Please say a prayer for Jeff tonight and for my sanity too. Hopefully I'll get some sleep but without him here I'm sure it will be hard. I'm not sure when I'll get to post again but hopefully I'll have some good news to share and no more stress.