lina 30/09/14
Last reply 3 years ago
Appointment with GP

GP received letter from neuro about changing meds from Gabapentin to topiramate head all over the place at the moment mum fell on Saturday fracture her right arm which she broke years ago in the 90’s she has osteoporisis so weak bones just feel like crying as my sister on my back to share looking after my mum and my brother will not help as my mum won’t ring him as she prefers her daughters mum doesn’t about MS as she has signs of dementia just want to cry.

Lina x

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stumbler
3 years ago

A Mum’s bond with her daughter(s) is so much stronger than a bond with a son. It’s just the way things work.

You do need to come to an agreement with you Sister that takes into consideration your current medical conditions.

You’re going to have to be tough on this one. Your primary responsibilities lie with your immediate family and looking after yourself. So, you’re going to need to be a bit selfish here. If roles were reversed and it was your sister who had MS, would you be pushing her to get involved?

Like I say, a tough one, but put yourself and your family first……

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