I was sent to hospital because of dehydration.
I went through all the examinations, and nothing serious was found.
So....how is hospital life in Bangladesh??
My friend described the building as a horror house.
|the room I had stayed|
|If I say anything, I wanted window to see outside.|
Other "rooms" are separated only by thin plastic wall.
When patient stays in hospital, family stays together, and takes care of him/her.
They cook, wash cloth, help to take shower...e.t.c.
So, basically hospital doesn't serve meal.
However, the nurse prepares Japanese food for Japanese patients.
She said patient needs something comfortable or to look forward.....yes, meal helped me.
Though there were some problems....
・Nurses use thermometer ON clothes.
・To measure blood pressure, a doctor inflated cuff too much that caused pain!
・My finger was swollen because of drip.
I told using my limited Bengali, "My left fingers are bigger than right!" A doctor and nurses burst into laugh.
"No no, fingers are the same! No problem!"
However, overall I was treated well.
Room was OK, nurses are friendly, Japanese nurse was helpful, food was good!
Besides, friends visited me.