My father is 98 years old, and he went into the nursing home in march working on 25% of his kindey's. and with in the last month or so he has stop eating and drinking water, :( the doctors say that it is a matter of time before his kidney stop working, :mad: what should I look for when his kidney's are shutting down. :confused: I know that I should be by his side in the last days but I really can't handle that part of it:eek: . can anyone help me to let me know what is going to happen next and how long it is going to be before my father passes awayReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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