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Entertainment Husband of late Dawson's Creek writer Heidi Ferrer describes her 'terrifying deterioration' with long COVID

01:52  15 january  2022
01:52  15 january  2022 Source:   celebrity.nine.com.au

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The husband of the late Dawson ' s Creek writer who died by suicide after a battle with long COVID -19 has opened up about her ' terrifying deterioration ,' saying she was unable to walk, eat, or even urinate without pain leading up to her death. Heidi Ferrer , a television and film screenwriter, killed herself at age 50 last May at her home in Los Angeles , California , after struggling with a range of debilitating symptoms for 13 months. In a heart-wrenching op-ed published by The Guardian , her husband Nick Guthe pleaded with the medical community to find answers for those suffering from

The husband of late " Dawson ' s Creek " writer Heidi Ferrer is calling for the medical community to find answers for long COVID -19 sufferers after he said the illness resulted in "the most terrifying deterioration of a human being" he has "ever witnessed" leading up to his wife's death. Ferrer , a television and film writer also known for her work on “Wasteland,” died by suicide at 50 in May following ongoing struggles with symptoms from long -haul COVID -19, according to husband Nick Guthe. Guthe made a plea for help to the medical community and shared the harrowing symptoms his wife endured

The husband of late Dawson's Creek writer Heidi Ferrer has urged medical professionals to look into the effects of long COVID-19 almost a year after his wife's suicide.

In a personal essay for The Guardian, Nick Güthe said Ferrer was "in her own personal hell" before ending her life in 2021, aged 50, following her 13-month battle with lingering coronavirus symptoms.

"Long COVID took her from one of the healthiest, most vibrant people I've ever known to a person so debilitated that she could not bear another day on this planet," he wrote.

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She struggled with long COVID for 13 months before she died.

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Ferrer had contracted the virus in April 2020, and although she was initially mostly asymptomatic, she eventually saw her health dramatically deteriorate.

By May 2021, the television and film writer, known for her work on Dawson's Creek and Wasteland, was bedridden due to constant physical pain. She suffered from severe neurological tremors, in addition to other symptoms.

Güthe described his wife's experience with long COVID-19 as "the most terrifying deterioration of a human being I have ever witnessed."

He revealed the virus began to "systematically take her apart organ system by organ system."

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Notifications. Husband of Late Dawson ' s Creek Writer Warns 'Tsunami' of Long -Haul Covid Suicides Coming. In her final month, she developed "very scary" neurological tremors that completely disrupted her nights, allowing her to only sleep for an hour at a time. She initially tested negative for Covid . Doctors could not explain it, offering several theories, none of which seemed to fit. It wasn't until months later that more advanced testing finally referred her to the long -haul Covid clinic at Cedars-Sinai.

The late Dawson ’ s Creek writer ’s husband has spoken out about her ‘ terrifying deterioration ,’ saying she was unable to walk, eat, or even urinate without pain in the months leading up to her death. Heidi Ferrer , a television and film screenwriter, committed suicide in her Los Angeles home last May at the age of 50, after suffering for 13 months from a variety of debilitating symptoms. Her husband Nick Guthe pleaded with the medical community in a heartfelt op-ed published by The Guardian to find answers for those suffering from long -haul COVID , fearing the mysterious condition will lead to more

"Three weeks before she died, we were already terrified that she would die — not by her own hand, but from a stroke or a heart attack," he wrote.

"She said her heart would often race out of control for no reason, and she was ahead of scientists in understanding that this virus also infects the brain."

Güthe said Ferrer began to lose the ability to eat and read as "the brain fog (better thought of as cognitive dysfunction) robbed her of the ability to retain information." As her situation worsened, even urinating or having sex became painful.

"Long COVID seemed to steal every part of her life that made it worth living," he added.

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Güthe ended his essay with a call to action, strongly urging medical professionals around the world to further investigate the "terrifying symptoms" of long COVID-19.

"I am not trying to be an alarmist, but we are in a true crisis. The global medical community must band together to find answers for those suffering," he concluded the piece.

"They are all Heidi and they are running out of time and hope."

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