My mother had a stroke about 4 yrs ago, it was very severe leaving her now a virtual vegetable. She doesnt walk,talk,eat, she is incontinent. My dad prefers to look after her at home. It may seem trivial to say she has night sweats but it is wearing my dad down getting up several times through the night to change her as she is soaking wet. I cant help him as i live 400 miles away. He is 71 and although is fairly fit for his age he is not getting quality sleep. There has been blood tests done on my mother and various drugs she is on have been evaluated/altered in case it was the cause, all to no avail. They seem to have given up now. Can anyone help?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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