Thursday, May 02, 2013
Good Morning; DS has been having escalated anxiety/panic attacks for weeks. He gets to the point where he vomits every thing he eats. He has lost weight. Once again he was in the ditch at formation with his walker yesterday. The harassment was worse b/c other fellow "brothers" were fake puking too. DS felt he was really physically going down the tubes fast. Sgt ordered him to the military hospital. He was there for over 6 hours. They wanted to find some thing like suicide or drugs or whatever. Even though DS was not feeling well- command came in with the chaplain. We thought he was going to be put on suicide watch even though my DS was not suicidal. Any ways his Sgt came and told every one that DS is not suicidal. DS says I am clean so take as much blood you want. I have in my records every drug I am taking for my pain from 2 back surgeries and anxiety meds. Doctors found out he was severely dehydrated, has an ulcer and sever inflammation of the stomach lining and no bile left in his liver. He was given 3 bags of glucose and saline. His GF was so upset she took the baby and went to the hospital. He told them that he is looking forward of getting out of the Army and going to college. The good news a social worker came in and he told this social worker all about what was going on with command and how he was treated. Even the doctors and nurses were disguised; they can not give him a profile. He has to go to the flight doctor. So where it stands DS is starting the clearing process today. We have been assigned a military lawyer to work on his disability percentage but we have not been contacted yet -through our contact. Lawyer is supposed to see what is going on with DS, too. I have been wondering how to get this moving. What I think command would be very stupid to keep this up and now they want him gone. But the Army does get stupid so who knows. When DS told me that command and chaplain coming in - I thought he was dying. He will recover. There is a good lesson here for my DS to learn - his Army life is over and he can turn to his future. He still does not want to leave the Army. But he does know that he does have a future to look forward too. having tea with my neighbor, so I have much to talk about this time.