I cannot express my heartbreak for you and the loss of your precious daughter. I have 2 and a granddaughter. They are my life as well as my wife. I can’t help but feel a negligence on the part of the medical staff, in my opinion. Your daughter was off the opiates for awhile making her ‘opiate naive’. That amount of medication,dosage,etc. would definitely kill someone especially if there’s no home are staff or med staff around to monitor the situation.
Please accept my deepest and sincerest of sympathies and if you don’t mind, I’ll keep you in my prayers.
Yes it is normal to feel like absolute poo when recovering. I had my tonsils removed on 9/8/17 and today makes it day 14. My everything hurt after the surgery. The next day my whole body was sore! I know you won’t want to but sip water as much as possible and eat so your painkillers don’t make you sick. Don’t know if you’ve thrown up yet or if you will but I did twice during the first week of recovery and it was a very nerve racking experience, luckily it didn’t cause any bleeding. They may have happened because I didn’t eat enough before taking the oxycodone. I found that spoonfuls of applesauce before and after taking the pain meds will help coat your stomach. The applesauce will likely burn going down but delicately gargling with warm salt water afterwards will help remove the food from the wound. I gargled w saltwater after everything I ate. Sleep w a humidifier to keep your throat moist as you sleep. Everytime you wake from your sleep take a sip of water. remember, if your throat dries out too much it can cause excess bleeding and you’ll have to get the wounds re-cauterized and start right back at square 1. I took Tylenol in between the doses of oxycodone. Sleep proped up because sleeping on your back will feel like you’re choking. Popsicles will be your bestie! I had banana because I feel any other flavor will burn going down. Nap whenever you get tired and get as much rest as you can, it helps you heal. You will be spiting a lot but at one point around day 6 I found that swallowing spit also helped my throat feel better. Don’t speak unless you have to. Use index cards or something to communicate. That ice pack bib thing they give you will help comfortable you and may make eating and drinking feel a bit better. Had cream of wheat one day during the first week and scramble eggs on another day. It took forever to eat but it was good to have in my stomach. Let anything cooked food u eat cool before you eat it. Just know you will get better. Once the second week hit I was still on broth and popsicles. I ate a hotdog buns around day 6 and that was sooooo satisfying!!! Didn’t eat anything else solid until around day 10 where I had plain hot dogs w the bun that went down fine and didn’t burn. Day 11 had Soft bread w mayo, avocado, and tomato it didn’t burn but still had to take small bites and eat slowly. Now at day 14 it still hurts a bit to swallow but not as much and I haven’t taken any pain meds other than Tylenol. Being off the oxycodone now I feel like I’m back in my body and less loopy..I’m still a bit tired though but it’s all getting better. Get your rest and peace and love to you!✌️
Nielsen and Rodriguez have reportedly maintained their sobriety. Pinsky has said on numerous occasions that Nielsen has quit drinking and also gave up smoking.  Nielsen has also appeared on his radio shows to talk about her sobriety. In 2009, she appeared as a panel speaker to another group at the Pasadena Recovery Center, in which she anticipated the upcoming two-year mark of her sobriety that July, as seen in a third-season episode of the series, which aired in February 2010.  Sierra has tested "clean and sober" for a year and a half following a court-ordered year of treatment at the Pasadena Recovery Center,  She also appeared with Nielsen in the aforementioned third-season episode, marking her 18 months of sobriety.