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After excessive consumption of energy man loses part of the head

After excessive consumption of energy man loses part of the head

Excessive consumption of energy drinks can bring several health hazards, which is exactly what happened to Austin, a young American about to be a father who almost died on account

Recently, his wife, Brianna, shared in social networks the terrible story and how the family has lived after the tragedy. However, the post is no longer available on Facebook. Because of his son's birth, Austin spent many hours working to earn extra income and so he started drinking heavily, which led to a brain hemorrhage due to an overdose of caffeine.

So he had to be underwent multiple surgeries and had an irreparable hole in the front of the skull. The man had an unconscious period, and in the meantime, his wife ended up having the baby. She thought the child would never meet Austin but, two months later, he was finally discharged and could pick up his son.

Read the full statement:

"Hi, my name is Brianna, and this is my story ?

Love is not the little things It's not the phone calls, the dates or even the memories Love is knowing that you would sacrifice things that you did not even know you could sacrifice Love is altruistic You've felt your life You've been hit with so much emotional turmoil to the point where everything around you becomes confused and shaken Your lungs feel tight and for a brief moment you can not do anything You can not move,

Being pregnant should be one of the most incredible journeys that you embark on.You are pregnant, and you are pregnant, and you are not able to react. creating a new life. is experiencing unconditional love for someone you do not know him.

Austin and I were so eager to meet our boy. To bring him home. To be a family.

I never imagined while I slept that night, that my whole world would be broken in a few hours.

I still remember my mother-in-law, waking me up that morning. "Austin had an accident," she said.

All I knew was that my husband was in the hospital. The worst part? I did not know why.

After a two-hour trip to the hospital, I learned that my husband, the father of my son, the person I love very much, had a brain hemorrhage. Because? Doctors concluded (after testing and ruling out drugs) that this horrible event was due to his recent consumption of excessive energy drinks (a habit he had built when he began working longer hours).

The surgery was already under way ... and, after a dying 5 hour wait, we got to see him. But while everyone was focused on the almost unrecognizable face connected to all kinds of machines and tubes, all I could see were his parents. I saw the light leave her mother's eyes when she saw her son lying still on the hospital bed. I watched his father break down crying while holding his wife.

Watching this family - my new family, whom I love and was part of, being so broken and broken ... this is the worst feeling I ever felt. Following were two rounds of brain surgery. There was a moment, sitting by his hospital bed, just praying, he would be fine, I knew I would never give up on him. . As confusing as our life is. I'd be by your side through all of this.

After two weeks of life in a hospital, wondering if he would survive or be taken from us, we opened the way home.

Baby time is born.

I'm not going to lie to anyone, it was so difficult. I planned for Austin to be part of that huge moment. Being by my side. Holding my hand. Be there to cut the navel. To be there to receive our child in the world.

But a wonderful miracle happened when I gave birth to our son. Austin woke up. I stayed about a week without seeing him. I thought about him every day. I cried when I looked at my son who looked exactly like his father.

When the baby was only a week old, I left him with my in-laws.

I knew I needed to see Austin. I needed to tell him our baby was here. To tell you how much we need it.

The weeks passed. We took you to the whole state as more operations and procedures were ordered. I saw him every chance I had.

At just over 2 months old, our son finally met his father. One day I was not sure they would know each other. That was the day my heart regained its happiness.

Some time later, he was finally able to return home and to me. Our life is not normal. There are medical visits and hospital visits - so many that I've lost count.

But we're here. Fighting. "

Check out photos taken by photographer Sara Endres, of Sacramento, who show the routine of this family:

Austin's wife reported in social networks the family routine after the tragedy. Currently, Brianna takes care of her son and her husband, who became unable to do many things - photo: Press Release / Facebook

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