FL woke at 2.30am in agony. I gave him a top up morphine pill that saw him through to 5am when I managed to get him up. He then slept bent over the kitchen table - the most comfortable position for a Myeloma sufferer, I am told.
This morning I managed to arrange a house call from his GP. She is going to talk to the hospital about a short stay in the local hospice to get his pain under control, as he is suffering to an unacceptable level. She also took a blood sample to check his white and red cell counts, in case he needs a blood transfusion sooner rather than later.I administered half a satsuma and a tin of ravioli. No point in having a battle over broccoli when he doesn't want to eat at all.
2007-2008 - Red
I was an early adopter, and joined Ravelry when it was still "beta".
Thank you so much for all your kind words and cheer-leading.
There isn't anything anyone can do. But thank you for asking :)