Despite Mum's failing health due to her advanced dementia, her death was sudden and unrelated. The GP warned of her impending death just hours before she died, and upon asking what he thought the cause was he said words to the effect of 'those questions come afterwards'. When Mum did die the coroner thought a PM unnecessary and as she was going to donate brain tissue which needed to be done in a timely way, I didn't push for a PM. The question remains in my mind however; what did cause her sudden death? I have made an appointment to speak to the GP to see if he can give me his educated guesses (he mentioned previoiusly that he could make such guesses), but my husband thinks this meeting is going to serve no purpose whatsoever. I would welcome thoughts on this, whether to cancel the appointment and just let things be, or to go?