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My mother who isn't actually diagnosed yet has always been a very strong person. A very determined individual independant save everybody else lady. She has been a Samaritan for 40 years and has only recently stopped due to her being unsteady on her feet and not being able to climb the stairs plus confusion laterally.
My problem is when she tells me what has been happening since I last spoke to her because I live 200 miles away I start to lose patience with her on the phone.
Hi new member - my husband has just had an operation with general anesthetic and seems now very confused - much more so than before the op is it something temporary as advised by his consultant. The op had to be done as the aneurism was large and ready to burst. There is a possibility he may have to have it done again as the stent is leaking I am afraid this will make his consition much worse again. any info would be welcome.