Mum has been stable for two and a half years now, she was placed on end of life care then after all but passing away from kidney failure but apart from the odd absence seizure she's been coasting along. She's had Alzheimer's for about 12 or 13 years now, she's totally immobile, doubly incontinent, can only say a few words and they don't make sense. I'm not sure if she knows who we are but she seems happy to see us. Her appetite is excellent and she hasn't lost any weight, she's quite a big lady still. Last Wednesday she had another absence seizure but the care home now know to put her to bed - she's no longer taken to hospital every time it happens as they never find anything wrong so they put her to bed. Thursday we had a call to say she had become jaundiced, that she was quieter than usual and sleepy but still eating ok, not lots but enough. Bloods were taken Friday and we are still waiting for results. We have visited and she's being nursed in bed, sleeping a lot but wakes and eats fine when it's offered. Dr google is throwing up lots of reasons for the jaundice, liver problems where she'd be disinterested in food, itching, weight loss etc but she has none of these. Gallbladder, pancreas, etc would all cause pain which she doesn't appear to be showing, she's not lost her appetite she's just tired and very quiet. And yellow. It's a mystery. Has anyone else experienced this? Any ideas and is this the last decline? She's been ill for s long but I'm still not ready for her to go. I just hope we don't have to make any difficult decisions as to whether to operate etc. Horrible times.