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  1. Thread: Pain/Agony

    by Devonmaid
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    chest infections can cause a lot of pain. Tony...

    chest infections can cause a lot of pain. Tony has been eating and drinking things he should'nt have and ended up in A&E this week with aspirational pneumonia. He was getting a lot of pain in his...
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    Looks like it was a special funeral - a perfect...

    Looks like it was a special funeral - a perfect send off for your beloved Mick - I am sure it gave all his family and friends great comfort. Take Care Sheila xxxx
  3. Thread: Flail arm

    by Devonmaid
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    My husband has flail arm MND. It started with...

    My husband has flail arm MND. It started with fasciculations in his arms and then his right arm lost strength - he was struggling to lift it etc and then in December 2016 he was carrying 2 drinks at...
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    I really feel for you. You are having such a...

    I really feel for you. You are having such a rough time. You do need to think of the future. In my area we have complexes with flats you can rent or buy. They are set up for disabled people with...
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    My husband has continuing healthcare if you want...

    My husband has continuing healthcare if you want any info/advice. This pays for 2 carers every morning for an hour and a 4 hour sitting service on a Monday so I can go out. We could have had...
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    so sorry - she was a lovely lady

    so sorry - she was a lovely lady
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    Our local neurologist didn't know what my husband...

    Our local neurologist didn't know what my husband had. EMG and electrical conduction tests didn't identify MND/ALS. He was treated for multi focal motor neuropathy and steroids but neither worked. ...
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    Hi My husband has CHC funding. This pays for...

    Hi

    My husband has CHC funding. This pays for a package of care, sitting service and if he needs it a nursing home. It doesn't fund equipment etc which an OT or physio would have to sort out....
  9. Thread: Fed up

    by Devonmaid
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    Great to hear you got the CHC - you deserve it

    Great to hear you got the CHC - you deserve it
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    I am glad you found this forum so helpful. ...

    I am glad you found this forum so helpful. Awaiting diagnosis is so hard and seems to take so long. I really hope that your husband has something treatable - it sounds like MND isn't so likely...
  11. Thread: Fed up

    by Devonmaid
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    Sorry to hear you are having such a tough time. ...

    Sorry to hear you are having such a tough time. My husband recently got CHC awarded. He got severe for breathing because although he won't wear it at night he should be using NIV and also for pain...
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    My husband's lost his sense of taste a few years...

    My husband's lost his sense of taste a few years before his diagnosis or any symptoms. His taste has changed since having MND. He never had a sweet tooth but now doesn't really like savoury things...
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    Yes Andy - thanks - it was a shot in the dark, I...

    Yes Andy - thanks - it was a shot in the dark, I think Tony is too paralysed, but glad it helps you
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    My husband is also very high risk and sleeps on...

    My husband is also very high risk and sleeps on his back. He has an airwave mattress and profile bed supplied by OT from NHS and loves his bed. Also is it free and they will assess you for exactly...
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    My husband had to give up driving in June 2017...

    My husband had to give up driving in June 2017 the same week he gave up work. He just wasn't safe. He did try a gadget on the steering wheel to make it turn easier, but sadly that didn't help for...
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    Hi Sheila My husband Tony was diagnosed in...

    Hi Sheila

    My husband Tony was diagnosed in October 2017 with MND which started in his arms. I know a lot of people are relieved when they get an actual diagnosis, but we were devastated. My...
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    Hi Andy My husband's arms as well as his hands...

    Hi Andy

    My husband's arms as well as his hands no longer work - would these gloves help him in these circumstances?

    Thanks
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    Have you thought of contacting your MP to speed...

    Have you thought of contacting your MP to speed things up about seeing your son?
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    Hi Pinkelle. I have been thinking about you. Is...

    Hi Pinkelle. I have been thinking about you. Is the venue at a hotel - if yes maybe you could hire a room and a portable hoist? A bit expensive I know but maybe for peace of mind. I have also been...
  20. Hi - my husband was on PIP higher rate for daily...

    Hi - my husband was on PIP higher rate for daily living and lower rate for mobility. He was also on ESA and waiting for an assessment to see which group he would go in. Our MND specialist nurse in...
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    I hope you have got something else, but obviously...

    I hope you have got something else, but obviously you are preparing for the worst. MND is a rubbish disease to get, but I find it particularly sad when younger people who have young children get it....
  22. Thanks very much everyone for your advice - this...

    Thanks very much everyone for your advice - this forum is the best
  23. How do you go to the loo whilst out in a wheelchair?

    Tony can still stand to use a disabled toilet whilst out, but his legs are getting weaker every day and soon when he is out he won't be able to stand up. I have a urinal bottle which we use at home...
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    I think people find it easier to live with MND if...

    I think people find it easier to live with MND if they are progressing slowly. My husband was working in a very physical job as a builder a year ago and driving and we had taken our caravan on...
  25. Thread: In denial

    by Devonmaid
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    Hi Wend When you first find out that you or your...

    Hi Wend
    When you first find out that you or your loved one has MND it is really tough, but it does get better, although you cannot believe that at the moment. Although obviously life will never be...
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