Yes, that procedure will work, or you can click the "comment" link that is highlighted under each post, and answer in that box. Either way works just fine.
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Thanks for being here.
I'm new and not sure how to respond to comments, that is to say...how to I get back to that specific person? I clicked on their highlighted name and then responded in the comment space that appeared but I'm not sure if that is the right procedure.
Thanks in advance for your help.
Freebird, yes, he's on Xeloda only. Last Friday he was to restart but had an episode with diabetes low blood sugar so the restart was delayed til today. But we noticed a small lesion on his leg and brought it to the attention of his primary care doctor who has started an antibiotic. So I guess Xeloda will have to wait til this course of antibiotics has run. But in addition to this challenge of cancer we have a challenge with coronary heart disease as well with a possibility of demensia. So these are hard times for us. Anyway, God is still good.
By the by, I'm not really sure how to respond, there are so many posts between your last and mine now. So I hope I'm doing this correctly.
Thanks for the well wishes. And I thought I was the only one getting burned out caring for my spouse. I feel completely unprepared for what needs to be done. We'll dealing with a reoccurrence of cancer, heart problem, diabetes, mental confusion perhaps due to sometimes low blood sugar and a recent TIA. I have no one to help, absolutely no one. My family knows nothing as my mom already had a heart attack, so that is not an option to confide in her. We live two hours away from family. My best friend died last year so I have no one to talk to. Really...what to do?
Take some time to think about what difficulties you are having specifically. Write them down, and then try asking how to solve these problems in the Questions section at the top of this page. Maybe someone can direct you to some resources you have not yet thought about.
my husband is my caregiver and my heart goes out to him. so I understand getting burned out. I've often thought the tougher of the two situations is that of the caregiver. Everything is on your back.
you need some support. check your local hospital for a caregiver's support group. you need to be able to talk to someone. caregiving is a crushing responsibility.