Grieving father questions why 24-year-old wife died post-childbirth at hospital


Look for me it’s it’s haunting every
single day you don’t leads back to you had three days of her complaining and
they continuously dismissed her symptoms go Like I’ve never seen anyone so beautiful
and I don’t think I could ever find anyone like her ever again. She’s the
most open minded, sincere and honest and charismatic person he could meet. Ayesha was calling the nurse every few minutes telling her look I have
shortness of breath like I feel like I can’t breathe. But she dismissed it. I laid next to her and look her fever, she’s burning hot and
then a doctor comes, these are her words like I don’t forget it, “we’re
concerned something’s wrong with you, you’re sick” They just see me and my wife as another statistic I told him that at the meeting no my
wife is not another statistic it’s not just not going to be another number. I’m not going to rest until I find answers. The last thing that she said to me, she, she said I love you like, I love you too don’t worry you’ll be fine then
she’s asking about the baby. You know who’s with him? Like that’s her only
concern who’s with the baby. I’m like don’t worry you know, get better and you
can also hold the baby Does it look like you or your wife? Ayesha, he has really big eyes. I look at my son and it’s hard because he doesn’t know what he missed so it’s not, it’s not easy. I hold him, I love him. Like I play around with him but it hurts me
every, every second. As I’m just walking down the hall it’s just like barely 10
second walk to where my parents and everyone were and then the nurse chases
me who was with Ayesha right now, who’s with Ayesha? You need to come with me
right now. I’m like is she okay? She’s like no, it’s not you, need to come. I rushed back. No one stopped me. I started to do CPR my wife. It felt like
eternity you know every second that went by, I’m crying and telling them do CPR
to the point that you know eventually after some time they pulled me and they
said she’s not coming back so I started screaming and asking for answers
and everything, everyone disappeared from the room. Like it’s just the way that she left
everything. She left her diary like she used to write a diary.
That’s by the bedside. This is the drawer that she had for the baby
like everything’s literally the way that it was. Like you just I can’t even tell
you how much she was looking forward to the baby. This is for my birthday in
June and then just 52 messages inside. That she’s like I can’t express what
type of person she was Go away, Ayesha’s personal box and like
it has contents of like everything that I’ve ever given her, sent her or
anything like all the cards over the last eight years. I don’t have any me like to… We discovered that it’s not just me. So many other countless people in Ontario, not alone the rest of Canada are going through this. Whether you start from the bottom from regulations to the structures
within the hospitals to management something needs to be done to contain
this because it’s not right.

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