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Thank you for your responses my friends............ I took Mum to see the new GP this morning and I have to say I was most impressed with his "bedside manner" only a young strip of a thing but Mum was really happy with him and seemed totally relaxed.... GP voiced exactly the same as yourself Susie a...
Well folks a lot has happened since my last posting. Mum finished her course of antibiotics and returned to what we consider normal, still confused but cope able. However, my dear cousin takes my Mum out for a drive every other Saturday just for an hour and she unfortunately fell down the steps to h...
This thread is really helping me...............isn't it rather sad that we have to look at others in the same situation or even worse than our pretty dire one to gain even just a modicum of peace. The antibiotics for Mums UTI appear to have taken away the anxiety and aggression from Mum so things ar...
Although I haven't posted for quite a while I still pop on to keep me feeling that I am still on this planet and my friends on here are the only ones who truly know how I feel. I have been really drawn to this thread . We have had a bad week this week, Mums dementia has been aggravated by a UTI and ...
Oh my dear SW, I haven't posted for ages but to regularly pop on just for the comfort of knowing that I'm not in this boat alone and your posting has really touched a nerve. I have spent the last 11 (now into the twelfth) years looking after my parents, we lost Dad July 2013 after 10 years post brai...
I will only add what I always say to anyone "In Authority" i.e. Docs, Nurses, Social Staff etc.... "You cannot possibly know the impact this caring malarkey has on all involved unless you have been in it" I always just get the sympathetic look. Yes we are invaluable to all the "powers that be" becau...
<t>My heart goes out to you Rosemary I recognise all of the characteristics in your posting but my situation is with my Mum not my Husband I cannot even start to imagine how my emotions would cope if it were my Hubby (mind you none of us know what is around the corner) but I think Susie's response w...
<t>Welcome Hazel, I care for an elderly Mum with dementia and previously a post stroke Dad but my goodness I haven't got as much as you have on your plate only slight problem I have is I have a slight prolapse of the womb which is being monitored ny the Docs and eventually I will neeed a hysterectom...
<t>Welcome Hazel, I care for an elderly Mum with dementia and previously a post stroke Dad but we do have a gorgeous little nephew who was eventually diagnosed with Aspergers and whilst he is fine at the moment we often wonder how he will cope when he becomes a young man instead of a little boy but ...
<t>Not much help I don't suppose but I'm replying to you just to let you now my heart goes out to you Koala........... your posting brings back so many memories of my Dads last few weeks and it was just torture to watch .... I gave up trying to force feed him in the end because he simply spat it bac...