telling my story

telling my story

Thank you all for watching and listening to my story. I feel very grateful and lucky to have had the resources and family support to be able to deal with this as quickly as I did. I wanted to make this video to share more info and a few resources below to turn to if you have gone or are going through something similar.

RESOURCES:

★Get Regular Check-ups.
Routine visits with a health care provider are an important part of taking care of our health.

★Check with your local Planned Parenthood health center about the services they offer at https://www.plannedparenthood.org/health-center.

★Learn About the Stroke Warning Signs and Symptoms.
Use the letters in F.A.S.T to spot a stroke:

F = Face Drooping – Does one side of the face droop or is it numb? Ask the person to smile. Is the person’s smile uneven?
A = Arm Weakness – Is one arm weak or numb? Ask the person to raise both arms. Does one arm drift downward?
S = Speech Difficulty – Is speech slurred?
T = Time to call 911

★Learn more about stroke awareness, cardiovascular health and things to look out for – like PFOs – at heart.org. If your current healthcare provider is not familiar with PFOs and how they can relate to strokes, try reaching out to your local university hospital for more info.

★Join the Movement to Make Health Care Accessible for Everyone.
50% of people across the globe lack access to essential health care. Partners in Health works to provide high quality health care to those who need it most.

Get involved at https://www.pih.org/get-involved.

★Health Scares Can Feel Lonely. Reach Out if You or a Loved One Are Struggling.

If you or someone you know needs help, contact the NAMI HelpLine
1-800-950-NAMI (6264)
Mon-Fri from 10am-10pm ET.

Or visit https://nami.org/help to chat online.

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36 Responses

  1. Ann Le says:

    wow, thank you for sharing this story. This was very informative. So happy to see you are doing well.

    • Felicity 🔞👇 says:

      Young widow Samidi.Monster

      mejores 😘
      siempre en mi corazón
      mañas no se la.💟
      Son unos de los mejores conciertos..

    • angela says:

      Du bist mein Idol HOTSTEAN.Cam
      immer in meinem herzen, schön, liebe, wahlen, kulturell ❤

      Sie sind eines der besten Konzerte..

    • Queen JasunaⓂ️ says:

      Felicidades, es un buen ejemplo.
      250 sentadillas son unos *SUZUKA.Uno* muchas y un buen ejercicio.
      5:25 Se deja ver que hay muy buenos resultados 😍👍

      Saludos desde la Cd.. de world 🌹😉💖
      los mortales abian apreciado tan hermosa mujer.

    • ꧁༺𝓛𝓮𝔁𝓲༻꧂ says:

      I’d love to be R18-Pikachu.Monster youngboy is my idol. Hes the person I aspire to be, hes my light of day.

    • SCARY PACK says:

      We all don’t make it in life we just keep going even if its hard lonley j loves you ❤️🌹✌🏻

  2. sophdoeslife says:

    This sounds so scary!!! Glad you’re okay ❤️

  3. growwithjo says:

    This must have been so scary!! So happy you’re okay Hailey ❤️

  4. Gabrielle Wilkie says:

    As a doctor, she’s done a phenomenal job of explaining the science behind this, some complex things she’s translated really well. She must had a great team of medical professionals behind her. Glad you had a happy ending.

    • Duke Duke says:

      @winter I can remember one of our friends here in europe, met a woman from the US and they married. He moved to the US and they were back in europe some 3 years later because she had Multiple Scleorsis and from what I remember they would have had to pay around 100.000 Dollars in a very short period of time.
      Here, she got insurance instantly, also with allready diagnosed MS.
      It is funny how, “YoutubeTV” and “Hit with Love” come out of nowhere because they sense a kind of criticism at the system. lol
      Don’t worry, every normal person knows what you were talking about but some can not.
      Would not surprise me to find out, they are both 100% for free speech.
      Cringe, you know 🙂

    • Manda Marie says:

      As a nurse I was so impressed with her understanding and ability to explain everything. So glad you’re ok!

    • winter says:

      @Ht with love💛 when did I blame her or say anything was her fault or say anything negative about her at all?? I was trying to point out the probable reason she got care and information as good as this and that most medical experiences aren’t this great, so the fact that hers was is so comforting to see. Normally these situations go south. But she’s come out the other side better off and healthier and with all her answers. It’s amazing.

    • Ht with love💛 says:

      @winter it’s sad and wrong that you went through medical negligence but let’s understand that it’s the doctors fault and not hers for treating people differently also maybe some people are just nice idk

    • winter says:

      @Youtube TV to say that I’m glad she got care this amazing because it’s very rare to find. I have dealt with so much medical negligence, it is refreshing to see someone who’s having a health scare actually be proper taken care of and listened to.

  5. stillhere says:

    Hailey, you’ve explained this SO well. Whoever your doctor was, they’ve done a great job breaking it down for you. This info is really useful for ppl to know, thank you!

    • B H says:

      Too bad they never explained that the covid shots have been the cause of so many (especially younger) people getting strokes, blood clots and cardiac issues.

  6. Natalies Outlet says:

    Glad your doing better Hailey 🤍✨🌈

  7. Megan Medland says:

    As a nurse who handles strokes frequently, thank you for educating and fully explaining. Glad you were educated in the hospital. Stay safe ♥️

  8. Something Interesting says:

    How smoothly she is telling this story is so strong of her. Lots of love

  9. Paris Lindsay says:

    I went through this and received no further testing after leaving the hospital even after calling a doctor and asking for it out of fear. This videos the first time I’ve heard of someone else experiencing it. Thank you for talking x

    • Rayssa Moraes says:

      Me too! I had the exaaact same thing, I couldn’t talk, the face/arms numbness… I had just started with different birth control pills that week. The medical support that I had SUCKED, they told me it was STRESS 😀😡 it took me years and a lot of other doctors to figure out what really happened.

  10. Moyinoluwa Odumosu says:

    I’m a medical student and we literally just learnt about this yesterday.
    It’s so surreal that you went through this.
    Sending you all the love and well wishes❤

    • donita white says:

      @Queen JasunaⓂ️ good lord, give it a break! 🙄

    • Shirley Banks says:

      I also studied CVA ‘AKA’ Strokes a few weeks ago … the TIA mini strokes last only a few minutes… if you see someone with similar issues as Haley, don’t delay call 9-1-1! Scary situation, thankfully you’re doing well!

    • Florence Mbah says:

      Medical field is so wide, I appreciate the doctors & their efforts especially the passionate ones.

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