Fight for Ching – Craniectomy from Vehicular Accident

Update posted by Ruth Mocorro On Apr 03, 2018

I hope you all had a happy and fun Easter celebration! I'm checking in to provide updates about my bro-in-law.

Positive: He is awake, can move all his limbs, and starts to take in some food.

Need to further observe: Sometimes responds well to questions yet sometimes unreasonable and doesn't recognize us.

I'd like to share this post from her wife (Ivane).

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10211160019501861&set=a.10201073497905125.1073741835.1398687156&type=3&theater

brain injury cases are very unpredictable. he was very calm 2 days ago but now, starts to become very combative again,the same attitude before his operation (my husband has undergone craniotomy and a part of his skull was temporarily buried in his stomach). he couldnt recognize me and some of our family members most of the time. he tells me very painful words i just needed to endure because i know he is not aware of what he is saying. he complains that he is in pain but still insists on going home because he wants to be with his son or wants to go to work/school. he even managed to remove his IV line and NGT even if he was already restrained. every day is a battle. this is very difficult for Ching and our family, but please continue to help us pray for strength, comfort, financial provision and that he will already be calm so the swelling of his brain could subside fast. Also, to everyone who extended prayers and help, we are very thankful to all of you. May God bless you more!

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P.S.

because of stiff neck, he decided to wear a lighter, nondurable helmet. he was heading home from CDO after 8 pm (our last chat was 7:55 pm), no influence of alcohol. According to the rescue team, the probable cause of the accident was that uneven road in Opol. My husband was still conscious after the accident and insists on going home thinking he is okay but because the rescue team noticed a sign of short term memory loss, they decided to bring him to the hospital. thanks to all His instruments -from the person who reported the incident, the rescue team of Opol to his neurosurgeon and the nurses-thank you for saving my husband’s life. his attitude now may be upredictable but we are very happy he is alive.

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Update posted by Ruth Mocorro On Apr 01, 2018

8 days after the operation, the doctor instructed to restrain him again as he’s been uncooperative and sometimes combative. There were episodes that he could not recognize us or our names. He’s been fighting to get off the bed and leave the hospital. The doctor said this could be caused by his swollen brain and that he’s not able to make the right judgment at times. If only he remains calm and takes in food, he should have been moved to a private room. Clearly, we can’t do that as of yet; not until the swelling and his pain is reduced, and he’s more behaved.

Let’s continue to pray for him.

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May God spread his Mighty hands and Outstretched arms toward his healing!. My prayers for him and his family.

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