We all know that sometimes, surgeries do not work. Sometimes, at least they really do not. In those times, they would either not do anything to you or make things worse for your condition. It sucks but that is just how life goes. At times, something does not go our way and it simply is just not fair for us or for everyone involved. But, when it DOES work, what does that say about the situation? Will you be happy and relieved? Of course, you will. So to get us in good spirits, know that there ARE some PRP injection success stories.
Despite what many would think, just because doctors are experts and have received the training of a lifetime just to save lives, at times, they mess up too and leave the patient at a sorry state. It is not for the lack of trying. They did their best and if it was not meant to be then it would not be.
That cannot be changed. It is unfortunate but that is fact. Because of this, it makes the successful operations all the more beautiful since they could be looked up to as miracles. They could be, you know?
With the success rate of all these surgeries, any good outcome would indeed be called something of a miracle. With a lot of prayers, then why not call it that? If it got rid of all the pain and brought people back to their former glory, then can we count it as a miracle too?
Of course. The amount of pain the patient must have felt before this, can you imagine? If you were the parent or the closed loved one to this person, what would you feel when seeing how much this person was suffering?
Helplessness? Frustration? Those feelings are the worst when you know you cannot do anything to alleviate the suffering. You can only do as much as you could but if it cannot help then will it really amount to anything? The most important thing here is to make sure they recover and yet, even the procedure of it is not so clear.
And when everything is finally fine and your precious loved one is now okay, we can only feel relief and happiness. We do not have to look at them cry themselves to sleep because of the amount of pain they are going through. No more feeling helpless as they struggle. We can finally relax as they live out their life normally again.
When you see and watch videos of people telling their stories of how their operation basically put them back on their feet, you cannot help but feel hope. That, despite so many failed attempts out there, that there ARE possibilities of a good outcome in the end. It makes us feel like the world is not ending anymore.
Okay, that is a bit over exaggerated, but when you have a loved member suffering an illness that no one is sure they can come back on, does it not feel like your very own world is dying itself? What would your life without that person? Are you even going to make it all on your own without him or her?