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I've been in the hospital for three days and am constantly wondering about how high our bill will be. We have had 22,000 pesos on our account after only two days, so imagine what it'll be in a week.
My doctor told me yesterday that I'd have to stay for a week to finish my antibiotic. The antibiotic is administered by injection rather than orally (dextrose). I'll ask her at her next visit if I can continue my prescription at home, if that's possible, only to save money, but I doubt she'll let me because most of my medications are administered via IV.
In my current situation, I've understood how vital health aid, such as Philhealth, might be, especially if I end myself in the hospital.
I was so keen to apply for one previously, but after seeing on the news that you will process it in the office rather than the hospital if you are hospitalized, I grew hesitant, and now I regret not doing so. Although my husband owns one, I am unable to use it because we are not married. And there's this one friend of mine, Madel, who has offered to pay my Philhealth one-year payment so that I can start using it right now. But, even if she paid the one-year payment, I can't utilize it right now. I believe I will have to wait three more months to benefit from it.
So, if I ever get out of this predicament, I'm going to apply for Philhealth since, according to my doctor, I'm going to be in the hospital a lot for the rest of my life. I became a burden to my family.
My hubby and I had an argument just this afternoon. However, I completely understand him. He is extremely stressed by our current predicament. We had no one to turn to for assistance. Even his family has refused to assist us. We have just each other. I simply cried and felt terrible because I am to blame for our current state. He then walked out to get my medicines, and when he returned, he hugged and kissed me and apologized. I sobbed again; why am I such a crybaby? I returned his hug. Then we're all set.
To be honest, I often felt hopeless. It would be preferable to end my life so that I am no longer a burden to them. That's what came to mind following my prior disagreement with him. But I realized that my husband's efforts would be in vain, and he is trying everything he can to help me improve, so why would I blatantly take my life?