The first time Edith acquired an urinary tract infection I felt so bad seeing her suffer with it. The way it was handled by the Allopathic (regular) medical doctors was in my opinion poor at best. Here is what they do where we live. This is probably the standard protocol [Read more…] about Treatment Urinary Tract Infection
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How to watch the person with Alzheimer’s so you can see the early symptoms of UTI. The hardest part can be getting them to let you watch them. It may not be easy especially if they don’t want you to and won’t cooperate. You may need to take extraordinary [Read more…] about Watching For UTI Symptoms
A person with Alzheimer’s may hide the fact they are having Urinary Track Infection symptoms. Urinary Track Infection is often abbreviated as UTI. I always tried to be close by when mom went to the bathroom. By watching how [Read more…] about Urinary Track Infection Symptoms
There are some things you can do as Urinary Track Infection prevention. This will also include preventing bladder infections. Often the whole urinary tract becomes infected to some degree. If urine isn’t flowing toxins [Read more…] about Urinary Track Infection Prevention
Of all of the stages of Alzheimer’s disease, late stage progressing into end stage Alzheimer’s and death may be the hardest to understand. There is no other outcome for this type of dementia. Every persons journey is different and unique but the destination is the same. Death. You may ask, why do I find so many different descriptions of late stage Alzheimer’s Disease and death.
There are the official, accepted versions that most doctors or Alzheimer’s organizations will tell you. These are often are generalizations and worded to ease the reality of the what will happen. This type of information is a good introduction but I’d rather hear the cold hard facts. [Read more…] about Late Stage Alzheimer’s Disease And Death