Hello BLF friends
Thank you thank you, you are all so kind!!
Not easy to tell your 88 year-old Dad what to do 😃
Didn’t want to sit in the armchair, didn’t want to blow bubbles, didn’t want to nebulise more than 2 mn..I understand..he was telling me I’m tired and I had to say come on Dad try a little..
I won’t push him anymore..I’m not going to bully him.
So we saw the heart specialist and the respiratory specialist together, one lung is flat as a pancake, can’t do anything about that, they think the problem is the infection which led to fluid in the lung as the heart is tired. He has put on 3 kilos of fluid in 3 days. So more diuretics, different antibiotics..They told him he had to work at it he said I’m tired, they said he must be patient..
Anyway a friend is going up tomorrow so I’ll take the day off, my body is saying Enough! My stress level ran higher when my younger brother from Paris had the cheek to call the hospital doctor and text me to say Dad was not in any danger so he didn’t need to come over. I asked the hospital doctor is it true? She said he didn’t want to hear, he asked is his vital prognosis affected, she answered not presently, wanted to say but he is weak and elderly and didn’t get a chance.
Anyway as my Bea says only worry about the things you can change..
Final words and bed!!