· Bobbi Kristina Brown’s boyfriend Nick Gordon wants to make peace with Bobby Brown.
· Nick tweets how he wished he could have performed CPR faster.
· Bobbi Kristina is now back in a medically induced coma.
· A neurologist says that seizures mean that there is still brain activity.
· The doctor also explains that a coma can give the brain time to heal.
Nick Gordon wrote a new series of tweets on Monday about longtime girlfriend Bobbi Kristina Brown, as she remains in a medically induced coma.
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Gordon first sent a message to Bobbi’s father, Bobby Brown, saying he forgave him and wished they could get together.
I forgive you @KingBobbyBrown much love I wish we could get together and deal with this as fam— Nick Gordon (@nickdgordon) March 2, 2015
Gordon then tweeted again how he wished he had gotten to Bobbi sooner on the day they found her facedown in a bathtub.
I should've gotten faster for CPR :(— Nick Gordon (@nickdgordon) March 2, 2015
Nick also tweeted he gave Bobbi CPR for 10 minutes.
My baby is getting some much needed rest, all vital signs good. I gave her cpr for 10 mins she has my lungs now!:)— Nick Gordon (@nickdgordon) March 3, 2015
Doctors tried to bring Bobbi out of her coma last week, but she suffered seizures, and she was quickly put back under.
A medical expert, who has not treated Bobbi Kristina, told People that it isn’t all bad news for Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston’s only daughter.
Neurologist Eli Zimmerman of Massachusetts General Hospital said, "Seizures indicate that the patient is not brain dead. There has to be some brain activity."
The doctor added, "Patients are sedated – put into a medically-induced coma – because doctors want the brain to have to do as little as possible. This way, the brain can heal."
"The medications that are used to sedate the patient also prevent seizures," Zimmerman explained. "If the brain has been irritated by injury, it may go into seizures once the medication is stopped. In a situation like that, we may introduce medication for seizures that are not so severe.”