Hello I have joined on behalf of my 77 year old father. He had pneumonia for weeks which then turned into emphyma ... apologies if that is spelt wrong. He recovered well enough to have a talc pleurdosis. My question is ... he was in hospital for ten weeks and lost two stone. He has been home with me for a fortnight and still has his flutter drain. Visits to the hospital confirm that he is going in the right direction and the bag should be removed soon, he has also been told there is no cancer. However he is so damned tired and weak. He is eating three tiny meals a day but has no appetite and prefers soft foods he has to be coached to excercise. I am just wondering if this us normal?