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that be?" I thought. The nurses claimed facts on Suicide Cases in America that in small doses, morphine actually would make her breathing much easier. She said that hospice does not think IVs are good for patients because of the edema they cause. She felt "off." Just a month before (when I saw her last she still had much life in her. He spoke very calmly, seemed well rehearsed, and implied that he "thought" Dad had gotten worse since he arrived there on Tuesday.
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I had prayed for hysteria: Who really caused it? a miracle and God had made a way to help my Mom. He told me to make one last plea to his sister to get him the proper treatment, and I wrote her a letter asking her to. From information disclosed to me within days of her death, I have no doubt now that she was deliberately overdosed in the face of my naivet and ignorance all the while being led to believe her physical decline was a natural progression because of her. She continued to gain ground and had a strong immune system. The hospice staff loved to use the line "It's the patient's decision." I told the social worker after questioning my Mom in front of her, that my Mom did not understand what she was signing. It was implied to me that she was actively dying (a surprise to me, as the day before, prior to her morphine dose being increased, I was told she no longer justified continuous care support). I asked him what the plan was and he told me my partner had 8 days to live. My father wasn't able to speak but could communicate with his eyes and hands. They said they have seen many miracles occur during rehab. When the meeting ended, the nurse practitioner refused to shake my hand and unprofessionally even turned her back. I heard from a caregiver on the day before he was to go into hospice that my mother was considering placing him in a nursing home. As I prayed and sought whatever way I could to help my Mom, it became apparent that I was in the midst of a major spiritual battle.
Sedation without hydration is used to intentionally cause death. He was given antibiotics again on the August 8th visit. At that point, he stormed out of the room and did not talk to me the rest of the time I was there. Then they began telling me he was sleeping so I couldn't speak to him. We all prayed together and talked to Mom as her breathing became more difficult.