So the medical supply place says – “Oh she already has a bi-pap” and so we had to argue with them that yes, she does have a bi-pap but it’s the wrong kind – the docs want her to have a different kind. So 45 minutes before the medical supply place closes they finally get it that it’s a certain kind we need – and they say that we need this test and that documentation and of course once we re-write the prescription correctly for them they will order it, but of course it will take a few days. Are you kidding me???? So we stay in the hospital for a few more days until all this stuff gets worked out and they get the right equipment? No wonder medical costs are so high. Now the hospital gave the medical supply place the prescription on Friday – to give them heads up and a head start. Oh my. I want to puke. Do you know how much quicker Amanda would recover if she could be home, sleep in her own bed and all instead of hanging in the hospital a few more days???? Not to mention what’s left of Ted and me.
So totally frustrating.