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agression be it verble

bel

Registered User
Apr 26, 2006
757
coventry
bob has been on carbamhzepine 50 mg twice a day for about 4 days
he is slightly more confused but agression is a lot better
hope it lasts
love bel x
 

bel

Registered User
Apr 26, 2006
757
coventry
more confused

bob is a lot calmer as i said
he agrees
but i can see he is more confused
which did not worry me too much
but he has told me tonight how he wanted to see back of hair cut we do on clippers so he turned mirrow around whitch magnifies
he thought it would show back of his head it breaks my heart to hear it then he said he wanted to come in from garden so he closed door and then tried to walk throuh it
he is so happy so relaxed
i should not rock the boat
love bel x
 

Grannie G

Volunteer Moderator
Apr 3, 2006
71,392
Kent
Bel, from my own experiences, the confusion brings you together but the aggression throws you apart.
 

bel

Registered User
Apr 26, 2006
757
coventry
confusion bringing us together

dear sylvia
yes i can see what you mean
agression was definatly pulling us apart
and i am so glad it has gone
psycologist came today i told her she says we will have to wait a little while and see cos as i thought and she said same if the confusion gets worse it could be dangerouse and because he still does diy a bit which he loves --the risk is more
but hope for the best love bel x
 

Grannie G

Volunteer Moderator
Apr 3, 2006
71,392
Kent
It`s good to see your psychologist is making regular contact bel. That at least must give you some reassurance.
Love xx