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  • Ellie
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    Sorry to hear this Chrissie, you must be beside yourself with worry

    I hope she is well looked after in hospital and given appropriate care.

    Sending you a big hug.

    Love Ellie.

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  • MNDConnect
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    Hi Broostine93

    I'm sorry to hear that your Gran is unwell. MND itself doesn't generally cause pain but the immobility that it causes can cause pain or can cause very painful cramps.

    People with MND can also experience other conditions, separate from their MND. Your Gran's pain may be completely unrelated to the MND. Getting the pain checked out by the hospital is a good idea as they'll be able to identify the cause and make her more comfortable.

    Best Wishes

    Rachel
    MND Connect Adviser

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  • Broostine93
    started a topic Pain/Agony

    Pain/Agony

    Hi,

    My Gran is being taken to hospital after her nursing home were told by her that she is, to quote, 'in agony' all down the right hand side of her body since last night- they've now phoned an ambulance for her to go to hospital because it's making her breathing quite bad.

    I was under the impression, from everything I've read, that MND doesn't cause pain. Can anyone shed some light on what this might be? I am panicking rather a lot.

    Thank you all.
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