Thank you Shazzie, I’m glad you’ve not yet left the forum. I would miss you, I’ve had a wash, what my late mum would’ve called a lick and a promise, but it’ll do for now and I’ve managed to get dressed. It’s surprising sometimes what you can manage when you have to.
He’s worried enough to have rung 111 and that worries me too, he always resists calling or visiting the doctor.
About three years ago he had surgery on an abdominal hernia, and he says he’s had some pain from the site of that. I’m keeping my fingers crossed that there’s no blockage there like when he was admitted as an emergency that weekend. Maybe it’s a bit tender from the diahorrea and sickness. Lovely subject eh? Sorry to the squeamish. Why do crises always happen out of hours?
We have no family and many of the people we thought were friends dumped us after my diagnosis, possibly because they were afraid of being asked to help. So now I ask nothing of anyone.