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JOAN RIVERS WENT FOR A NORMAL PROCEDURE, NOT! WHAT REALLY HAPPENED!

The real deal on Joan Rivers is right here! Read it and know the true untold story of what's what and what went down with her and the Endoscopy procedure!
Everyone thinks Joan Rivers went in for a normal procedure. It was anything but normal! Imagine the whole scene, I’ll play it out for you: Joan Rivers went in for an endoscopy, something she'd been avoiding for years and years. I heard her on tv and said to hubs, “She sounds ill or has a cold in her throat.” 
Rivers, we all agree, did tooooo much talking and running around and such. She is 81, and as a child she actually lived alone with two black maids/nannies, and no listing of her parents, who must have worked or divorced, and she was a stay at home latchkey kid. So she’d listen to the radio and learned how to entertain herself and got a funny wit that even the somber Johnny Carson show host loved. Do you ever hear her mention her parents even in jest.
At the Yorkville Endoscopy Centre on 93rd Street, New York City, Joan goes in and is joking with staff, owning the room, so they thought, "Hmmm, she'll be able to take it," so the young respiratory therapist got star struck, so they were not paying much attention as they prepared Ms. Rivers for the ‘digging’. They must have said, “OY, OY, this woman has had so much surgery, we can put her out for hours, she’ll be just fine!”

At the Yorkville Endoscopy Centre on 93rd Street, New York City, Joan goes in and is joking with staff, owning the room, so they thought, "Hmmm, she'll be able to take it," so the young respiratory therapist got star struck, so they were not paying much attention as they prepared Ms. Rivers for the ‘digging’. They must have said, “OY, OY, this woman has had so much surgery, we can put her out for hours, she’ll be just fine!”

So they over medicated the poor lady, jammed a endoscopy down her small delicate throat and started to roughly go at her little vocal chords, her trademark, hope they are insured, and her body went into shock first, immediate shock! Next she stopped breathing. Her body was like “What’s going on here?” When that happens the patient’s body begins to shut down, and the lungs are first.

Joan stopped breathing like you forget to close your garage door. It’s that easy for a body to get distracted and if you are getting a procedure, given generic knock out meds and are an older person, there is bound to be problems.

She’s was out like a light. She didn’t understand that not all doctors are easy, some young hot shot foreign dude maybe, or an old timer doing this for extra money perhaps? Whatever it was, it was drama from the moment she laid on the gurney. When she stopped breathing, and no one noticed for a few minutes, she suddenly went into cardiac arrest, and then they noticed, but it was too late.

Joan's procedure entailed going down her throat while she is put out, but they put her out on cheap Profopol, it's a new generic version and it sucks. I had same procedure 1 month ago and got very ill, and was in the hospital.

I was throwing up and that's like a heart attack every 5 minutes when you throw up, and get dehydrated. A heart attack in slow motion, not really a heart attack, like a heart attack in my colon, and it was an endoscopy I had received so I know the drill. He took samples with it, and it shocked my body into reacting like it did. With Joan, her body shut down on her instead.

Now, let’s use my own mother as an example of what could have happened to Joan, when the staff is not alerted, maybe this appointment Rivers made was quick and they were not quite prepared. In theory only of course.

My mother, like Joan Rivers, had a great run, age 83, and she had sown her own grave herself, because two years before my family noticed her looking bad, and she said, "OH I'll take my chances!" And two years later she started choking on her spit, and fell unconscious and right in front of my siblings. The rescue guys came and they brought her the best little place they could find at the moment, not a big hospital. Not their fault.

My mom allowed herself to become so emaciated beyond repair. The ER didn't know what they were in for. If my mom had been given Ativan to calm her right when they revived her, and maybe if they had done a Tracheostomy instead of the respirator, she would may have survived. But she didn’t. Does this parallel put Joan Rivers on the edge of the death list?

Again, my mother, Oy: my family (minus me) watched my mother die dying right before their eyes and she was still walking around. And my mom just gave up and said I don't care about my health and proceeded to practically decay. In the end my mother ended up in the E.R. with cardiac arrest when she awoke and found herself on a respirator, she freaked and fought to breathe, and then her teeth got knocked out in the process and blood poured down her throat and she went into full cardiac arrest.

The ER team tried to save her. My family said it was a horror, and no one should have to go through all that ALONE! My mom died ALONE! My family was told to leave and they’d be called if there was a change.

But I feel, even though I was not present, that the hospital didn't wait to see what's what. My family watched my mom reaching out with blood running down my mother’s delicate lips, it was hideously and horrid for her and my family. They obeyed and left the E.R.

They left my mom thinking all was well until the hospital called my family on the phone 1 hour later and said, “Come back, your mother is dead!”

They rush back and the E.R. staff warn them, "Are you sure you want to see her before we clean her up?”

“Huh,” my family said, so I was told. They go back and see my once vibrant, beautiful mom on the gurney, her blood all over the table, floor and everywhere! Now I feel so bad. I did not get along with my mom.

I think the more time that passes, the more that Joan Rivers is going to be edging toward the “white light”. But then again, when she does awake… What will she think, will she think? What will the damage be and what if her voice is no more? Time will tell, we just have to pray.