HERNIATED DISK HEALED

Originally published in Le Heraut de la Science Chretienne

I work in the medical sector as the Supervisor General of the Central Hospital in Yaounde, Cameroon. One day while I was at my workplace, I suddenly couldn't sit erect or stand up. This greatly disturbed me. My colleagues came to my rescue and asked that I submit to an examination. The doctors then declared that I was suffering from a herniated disk and that if I didn't have quick operation, I ran the risk of being paralyzed, maybe even permanently. I was medicated for three days because of the intense pain, and during a whole week I spent my nights sitting in an easy chair, unable to lie down in a bed.

At a second examination, on a Friday, the neurosurgeion's decision was categorical: "I'II do your surgery on Monday morning." I became afraid when I heard this statement, because among my colleagues and certain members of my family the opinions were diverse as to the surgery in question. On one hand, many encouraged me to acquiesce to the procedure, and on the other, many told of failure with this same operation. I felt engulfed by fear, doubt and resignation.

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