My Grandfather who is 89 years old was admitted to the hospital for pneumonia and while he was there displayed some very odd and uncharacteristic behaviors. The sweetest and kindest man you could ever meet is being rude to people, going into rooms of residents in his nursing home and disturbing them by switching lights on and off and stealing their glasses (he use to be an Optometrist), and is sometimes unable to recognize his own daughters. He recently had an MRI where the doctors reported there was a tumor in his brain (they gave him this same diagnosis 5 years ago, but then a second opinion dismissed that diagnosis) and bleeding of the brain as well. That is the only information they can give us, nothing else. It is unclear if his behavior is a result of being separated from my grandmother and his concern from her well-being, or because of the reported bleeding of the brain or "tumor". I did some research of my own and thought that cerebral ventricle neoplasm seemed to fit a lot of his symptoms and behaviors. Please help.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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