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Monday, May 18, 2020

Coronavirus Survivor Talks About Her Experience In Lagos....

She says she is a survivor and details and experience in a Lagos Isolation centre and how she beat the virus......









 I WENT, I FOUGHT AND I CONQUERED- I AM A COVID-19 SURVIVOR 


Here is my COVID-19 Experience and Testimony

Have you ever have air hunger , looking for air to breath but it seems far away... and my heart beat was out of control. That was how I was from 25th April to 2nd May, 2020. That was the severe type of COVID-19. My case was critical but God was there, He preserved and kept me as always.


This is summary of my COVID-19 experience

I was exposed, I went on self Isolation for 14 days, Within those 14 days, I got tested, my result came out on 27 th April , 2020, I was called by NCDC representative to get my things ready. I never had symptoms until 16 day when I noticed I couldn't breath I have to sit all through the night.



Due to NCDC late response, I was evacuated the 3rd day with worsening cases to the first Isolation centre in Lekki. The next day, I was dying but thank God for my Friend, Lola who raised alarm( I never knew we were in the same centre until that morning).I was placed on Oxygen and transferred to Yaba Isolation Centre. While admitting me, I was told by the Doctor that if my condition worsen, I will be transferred to ICU,Intensive Care Unit. Thank God, I never went there.


I was on Oxygen for 5 days, but God delivered me on the six day. I read about a study that if you lie prone, that is lying on your stomach with head of the bed raised, helped patients with COVID-19 who has breathing problem recover fast so I did it and it helped me sleep better if not, I have to sit down throughout the night. Also, some breathing exercises helped me a lot to inflate my lungs, I spent 17 days in Isolation centre, I was discharged yesterday, 14th May, 2020 having tested Negative.


I sincerely want to appreciate the Love of my life, Samuel Peter, my Love for the part he played in speeding up my transfer to Yaba, his prayers strengthened my faith to hold on despite death knocking on my path, You're one in a billion. Some guys would have disappeared at the mention of COVID-19...kikikikk...Lol
But he stood by my side, all through and always brightened my day, I love you dearly, thank you.


My beloveth Sister
Ann Uvere, my prayer warrior you are sister in deed, I love you and her Husband Onyebuchi Emmanuel, a man with a heart of gold, thank you so much.
May God bless the Doctors and Nurses, they were indeed wonderful and nice.
Above all, I want appreciate God, the giver of life and every good thing. For keeping and Preserving my life once more.


That my one week Facebook vacation, was a battle for life, I fought and beat COVID-19. Most of those posts were from my hospital bed...Lol.

For you out there who still think COVID-19 is a Scam , wake up from your denial and know that COVID-19 is real.
By Ivuoma Tom
#IvTom



32 comments:

  1. Thank God for u my sister,I had sour throat on Friday and by Saturday morning I woke up with severe fever and headach.I started taking malaria drug and vitamin c.i feel better today.I don't even know if to call ncdc or not

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    1. Don't call them, you are healing and better in Jesus name. Amen.
      DON'T think negative please..

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    2. @ commenter prettyface, please call NCDC, do not be scared to call them or think you are better to avoid the worst which is the shortness of breath. you will be fine. congratulations at your great recovery poster Ivuoma. Wowww...I'm holed up right inside my home. Very scary times. Very scary. Thank GOD.

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    3. Thank God, pls Jehovah deliver USS from this. Amen

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  2. Thank God for your healing dear....
    May God be praised now and forever 👐👐👐👐👐👐👐👐

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  3. Thank God for your life dear.

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  4. Thank God for your life. Many people went there and couldn't make it back. Wish I could tell my story too but I'm still very traumatised by the number of friends I know who lost their lives to covid-19.

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    1. Some went,came back n said dey were given malaria treatment.
      Thank God for ur life.

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    2. Omoologo😂😂

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    3. @Omoologo, I swear if I have cane, I'll flog that guy back to isolation centre where they will give him nothing at all this time around. So he can learn gratitude for life.

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    4. So sorry Laceylove, It is well with you

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  5. I really don't get why people think NCDC is playing politics with the numbers when they're not even testing enough.
    For those who don't believe I pray you don't have a family member in there before you believe since you want to do "seeing is believing".

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    1. Don't mind ndi doubting Thomas. Shebi Abba Kyari is doing politics in the grave okwaya? This virus is deadly!

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  6. Thank God for your life
    God is faithful
    Please let's stay safe 🙏🙏🙏

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  7. And some people still doubt of covid 19
    Thank God for your life
    May God heal others too.

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  8. Glory be to God Almighty for saving your life. I pray that God will also save everyone with virus in all the countries. Amen

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  9. Your healing is permanent in Jesus Name!

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  10. Thank God for your life sister. But why are the beds empty? With the number of cases in Lagos, one would expect the beds to be filled up?

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    1. There are different stages as she explained, hers was worse where she needed oxygen. That may explain why.

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  11. I couldn’t finish the testimony. I’m too scared to read her ordeals biko

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  12. Thank God for your life.
    This period is not easy at all, fear and uncertainty but God is on the throne.

    Guys, please stay safe!
    We have got just one life, no replacement, guide it jealously.

    Olusweets!

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  13. Great Lioness from Department of Nursing UNEC! CONGRATULATIONS! You won the devil

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  14. Thank God for your life, many won't still believe. It's like Nigeria is full of Doubting Thomas's generation.

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