It’s always bad when a close family member goes through hard times regardless of whether it’s severe health issue, job problems or anything like that. It’s terrible to see a loved one spending hours in agony or struggling to catch a breath. It feels like part of us dies when we see the people we love in pain.
That’s what the Bush family is going through at the moment. George H.W. Bush had severe health problems in the past, but things aren’t any brighter now. He had to make another trip to the hospital, and his pneumonia tied him onto the bed in intense care section. Former president Bush has had a lot of health problems by now, but this pneumonia thing is the worst them all.
Bush struggles with the vicious disease, but it seems like his “opponent” is doing much better than him. This struggle has kept him in hospital for two weeks now, but Bush will have to spend some more time, because the situation isn’t getting any better. So terrible.
“While President Bush has recovered from pneumonia, he continues to deal with the effects of chronic bronchitis, which is a condition more prevalent with age. This means his airway has a constant, low-level inflammation that can aggravate the symptoms of pneumonia,” explained Bush’s pulmonologist Dr. Clint Doerr.
Bush is 92 years old, and he is struggling real hard at that age. He is the oldest US President alive, and we all hope that his condition will soon improve, and he will get out of hospital.
The Bush family is giving the former president all their support. Every patient needs positive spirit and family love. George W. Bush, the president’s son, was also there, giving all his respect and support to his father.
Big morale boost from a high level delegation. No father has ever been more blessed, or prouder. pic.twitter.com/ekX4VyG2aO
— George Bush (@GeorgeHWBush) April 20, 2017
Let’s all pray for him, and hope that he will recover.
In the meantime, everyone is giving their support to former president George H. W. Bush.
— Jim McGrath (@jgm41) April 25, 2017
What was the brightest aspect of his presidency? Do you support the former president?