A friend of the deceased mother shook Serbia: Who put her on a respirator !?

Ana Pecic Jerotijevic died on Friday morning, three days after giving birth, in the Clinical Hospital Center Kragujevac, as it is officially claimed, as a result of a corona infection with the virus. A friend of the late Ana, her friend from Kraljevo, Olivera Seočanac Nardeli, asked the question on “Facebook” who decided and why Ana was put on a respirator !?

She questioned the responsibility of doctors for a large number of deaths due to improper use of respirators, and then shared her experiences with future pregnant women on how to behave in the hospital.

Pregnant Ana Pecic Jerotijevic passed away

“I forgot to mention that pregnant women should have their own doctor and do the tests privately. Not at all in State Houses. Another thing… When you feel sick, call your doctor. You don’t go to Kovid Hospital. Your doctor will send you for tests and determine the therapy based on that. And it is usually a home treatment given the situation. It doesn’t send you to Kovid Hospital, and it especially doesn’t put you on respirators.

Do not talk to anyone else or allow anyone else to examine you unless it is your doctor who managed your pregnancy. And take pictures and keep all the analyzes from the maternity hospital and the diagnosis and paperwork. Maternity hospitals never provide all the paperwork, although by law patients are entitled to it.

All family members should be involved and insist on feedback. Pregnant women must not be left alone there. I know why I’m writing this to you. They are only allowed to do with your body what you allow them to do. “Every doctor who manages a pregnancy is obliged to take care of both the pregnant woman and the baby until the end,” Olivera wrote.

A few days before this post, after the news that her friend had passed away, she published two more similar ones in which she explained what awaits the woman in the hospital.

“When I gave birth for the third time in Bethany last year, I was preparing mentally, but not for childbirth, but for what awaits me there. It was like going to war, not giving birth. I was smart enough and went three steps ahead of those who might have tried to do something to me, if only I had given them a chance. I had my doctor and therefore great protection. But despite all that, I had to fight.

I made sure that there are two currents in each maternity hospital. Those who do their job conscientiously and those who are paid to be there and do something that is not so correct. Today, I tell pregnant women what they can expect and how to prepare for situations that may happen to them. We have a system that is totally disorganized and in complete disarray. When I say two currents, I mean dark and light. They are easy to recognize. You have to show them strength from the beginning, otherwise you are done.

You have to take a stand from day one. To show courage. Because they immediately scan you and do a psychological profile for you. They know exactly your weaknesses.

And don’t believe their word at any time. Always be careful. Remember what they tell you. Examine. Ask questions. You claim your rights to which you have a legal right. Forget about kindness. Be kind to those who show you in action that they are correct.

Pregnant women are very naive if they think that today their task is to just appear at the birth and everything else will be solved on its own. Will not!

We face evil today.

Evil exists!

Those people who do the tests and have the right to test us were sent by someone from the top. These people are generally not qualified medical workers. Half the nurses I had the opportunity to talk to in class didn’t know to tell me where these people came from. The answer was, “Someone from the top sent them.” So let’s see who. Let’s ask the right questions and look for answers. Who are these people? What’s up? Who gave them the right and permission to test us? How much are they paid for it?

Why does every pregnant woman who is put on a respirator die today? Why didn’t everyone who was on respirators survive? And why are pregnant women put on respirators if reputable doctors say they don’t know what we are fighting against and how to treat those patients? “

“The mayor in Kragujevac received my clear message that nothing should happen to the baby and that they must take special care.”

“You can write to me at any time via Inbox if you need a suggestion, advice or any information that can help you,” she wrote.

Because of this, this brave mother and wife wrote publicly and stood up against evil in Serbian maternity hospitals, which have been proven to steal babies for decades, the corona media shamefully insulted her, and the regime’s Blic declared her “a madman who spreads conspiracy theories” ?!



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