Andrea also was hospitalized for trying to kill herself with a knife in July of 1999, then in the spring of 2001 she was admitted twice to a treatment center for mental illness. But then in June 4, 2001 Andrea’s psychiatrist discontinues her medications, and on June 20, 2001 Andrea drowns her five children. On July 31, 2001 a Houston grand jury indicted Andrea Yates for capital murder in the cases of Noah, John and Mary. Since she had killed someone that was under the age of six years old and kill more than one person she was eligible for the death penalty. Andrea Yates attorneys filed for an insanity defense.
After being sent home from the emergency room and I had to send her back not even two hours later because something was wrong. My mom got admitted into St. Luke’s Hospital for Serotonin Syndrome. Serotonin Syndrome is a life threatening drug reaction that is caused from too much of the same medicine (which also means the body having too much Serotonin). Serotonin Syndrome was caused by the Emergency Department, not paying attention to her everyday medicine and giving her something she was already on. My mom’s health was all over the place.
Andrea tried killing herself twice before having "Mary" her fifth child. The first time she tried to kill herself, she overdosed on sleeping pills but she was found and taken to the hospital. The second time she had a knife to her own throat, but her husband came in and pried the knife from her hands. After the second attempt, she was admitted to a psych hospital for three weeks. She was given Zoloft, Effexor and an injection shot of an antipsychotic medicine called Haldol.
The prolonged miscarriage caused blood poisoning, and although the doctors operated when the fetal heartbeat ceased, Savita’s heart, kidneys, and liver were already failing. She died seven days after first seeking (and being denied) medical care. With maternal mortality on the rise, restrictive abortion policies that disregard these facts do more than overlook inconvenient
In Gilman. Paragraph 4) She followed his recommendation for three months and found herself to be on the verge of a major nervous breakdown. Afterwards she set out to write “The Yellow Wallpaper” to show what it is like to be slowly slipping into madness as a result of the resting cure being prescribed at the time. She sent a copy of the story to her physician but never heard back from him, although she did find that upon reading it he changed his methods of prescription of nervous illnesses. (Gilman.
All through school I was at least a B student, until my sophomore year. My mom had found some lumps and the doctor just told her they were caffeine lumps. Come to find out, she had breast cancer, and had already had it for many years. A simple misdiagnoses led her into Stage 4 Breast Cancer. To me this was worse than hearing I would be deaf in my right ear for the rest of my life.
Based on the chart review, client was previously stabilized on Clozaril 100 mg BID during her last hospitalization. Clozaril was decreased to 100 mg daily approximately two weeks prior to the hospitalization (unclear reason). Since then she’s been reportedly decompensating which is evidenced by decline in overall psychosocial functions and escalating depressive symptoms. Client reports being under increased stress due to concerns about the loss of her daughter to DCF. Client also reports having increased depressive symptoms, AH and SI for approximately two
Postpartum Depression Katie Barkley English 1003 Professor Wood November 17, 2011 Outline Thesis: Postpartum Depression can become very dangerous in a woman after she has given birth to her child. Postpartum Depression Definition Describing this depression Symptoms Moderate symptoms Severe symptoms Stages of the Symptoms Moderate Stages within Severe Stages within What are the reasons why it occurs? Reasons of occurrence * Is there any form of treatment? Conclusion Postpartum Depression Postpartum Depression is a form of depression which affects women during pregnancy but typically after the child is born. It is also called postnatal depression.
Depression among Native American and Asian Adolescent Mothers Chioma Anyiam Texas Southern University Depression among Native American and Asian Adolescent Mothers Postpartum depression is a disorder that occurs in women after the birth of their babies. Some of the symptoms that characterize postpartum depression are anxiety or panic attacks, feelings of sadness or extreme crying, loss of appetite, difficulty concentrating and remembering (NIMH, 2010). According to the National Institute of Health (NIMH, 2010), about 10 to 15% of women experience postpartum depression from a month to a year. An exact percentage of teens that endure postpartum depression could not be identified. The Center for Disease Control
Her doctor came over the next day and quoted “felt it was possible that Marilyn Monroe had felt rejected by some of the people she had been close to”. (Monroe 2013). Unfortunately, Marilyn Monroe died of an accidental drug overdose August 5, 1962 at the young age of