My son was put in a mental health facility because he was seeing things, afraid of loud noises, paranoid and this is not my son. He had a kidney transplant when he was 6 so he had a lengthy life of prednisone, imuran, cyclosporine all immunosuppressants that kept him from rejecting a kidney. I am interested in finding out 2 things. What happened in the mental health facility that he was put in because we did not know what was going on with Robert. HE had sleep apnea and would not wear the mask and we later learned that was probably the reason he was delirious- not getting a good sleep for several months. If the doctor that he first saw for his delirious side would have known what to do for sleep apnea- we certainly would have had no need for a mental facility. They ended up not caring for Roberts whole body- he dehydrated and eventually lost kidney function, developed pneumonia etc . I had to shut off the machines on my son---- A mothers heart ache. What happens in a mental facility and what is haladol d for --what other medications are given- My son was not a violent person--but I dont know what was going on with his mind during this time. If you have been in a mental facility for something like this - please respond. email@example.com Also any one who has had a kidney transplant as a young child --please tell me your side ! I want to know how you actually felt- my son never ever complained=Thank you- VickyReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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