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Mum slipped away peacefully from us yesterday morning my husband and I were with her and I take great comfort in the fact that I did all I could and had her at home with me.
<t>I had this problem with my mum and remember sitting and feeling really put down by the doctors but stand your ground you know your wife better than anyone else. When she went into hospital the first time I had no choice but let her go on her own as my husband was away and I had 2 children to care...
Thank you for the kind words and the links they are really helpful.
<t>As I sit here waiting for my mum's life to come to an end and unfortunately we are talking days if not sooner, I can suddenly see things clearly and I am so thankful that I have had the opportunity to care for my mum especially now even though I am so scared as to what will happen next. The last ...
<t>If it is a medical problem my first port of call would be the gp. Ask to see if one of the doctors specialises in dementia and in the first case ring them to discuss. This would be the way I would approach it. It is so difficult though and it looks like you have hit your head against many brick w...
Thanks sussexroks great idea.

Can't believe the difference in mum today after her epilepsy tablets have been halved she is lovely again let's hope it continues.
<t>The steps in your partners house are not necessarily an obstacle get the gp to refer her to occupational health and they will find solutions. Also have you considered carers in her own home social services will help with this and will assess her to see what she qualifies for. <br/> <br/> I hope y...
Got her checked out and all ok. I have got the doctor to reduce one of her meds so am hoping it's this although have been warned it may just be the dementia time will tell
I will take a sample in today but it's strange as she hardly goes to the loo in the day at all
<t>It's strange some things mum just seems to forget instantly other times she gets fixated. She has decided she no longer wants to live with me because I lock the doors and she can not get out _ I was leaving the keys in until she escaped and I had to call the police. She wants to go and live with ...