Mom Has Fractured Her Top Of Foot..............

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Howlyncat
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   Posted 5/25/2005 7:59 PM (GMT -7)   
sad ............I tell you if its not one thing its another ......Mom was trying to put some canned food away(likes to be independent as much as possible) and she had 2 huge cans of stewed tomatoes in her hands ...well one of them hit her square in the middle of her right foot.......dad called me right away as he thought it was broke .took me about a whole 2 min to get to her place and by then it had swollen really bad and was completely bruised...........got her over to the hospital right away but it took a while as there were a few really bad emergencies in there(one poor fellow was at work and somehow a thin pipe went thru his side but thank God it just missed his lung and there were i think 2 others there with foot injuries)......anyway she kept telling me that she was sorry and I tried to let her know that accidents do happen and she was not at fault ........was unconsolable until my doc came in (he was on in the emerg ) and he has seen Mom before is just fantastic with her so she settled down and we got x rays done and sure enough the small bones are fractured on the top of her foot .......The only thing they could do was wrap in a tensor and give her a walking boot (not a cast)..........so now on top of everything else I have to go over and wrap and unwrap a few times a day and try to keep her elevating her foot (not an easy task lol).......talked to my siblings and I know the only one that will help is my one bro and his wife franny ....the others here(niece and siblings ) couldnt be bothered and this makes me so da** mad .Just what the heck do they think she has done for them over the years .......just about 6 mths ago she co signed for a BIG screen tv and stereo for the same niece that wont do squat for her or my Dad .........I am going to have a family meeting and we just might need security as I am gonna lay it all out on the line I have had enough and she deserves better from these that gouge her for her money and just want to put her in a home (no doubt so they can move into the big house)..........You know how it is AR with loving your Dad and I know you and your Mom and family help out .....I wish mine could take a leaf from your book of love and respect thy parents.........I am sorry I am ranting but I am just soo upset over all of this :not that I mind doing this for Mom at all it is just that I dont and wont ask for anything in return I do it because I WANT TO and I love Mom and Dad with all my heart body and soul..........why cant they understand i just dont get it at all .........anyways thanks for listening and I hope all are well ........God Bless..........AR ....give Dad a big hugg and your Mom too ............again sorry for the rant but I had to get it out or explode on the wrong people (Howie and Cait) and thats not fair to them right ?.............yak at ya later .................God Bless .......Lyn
 
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   Posted 5/26/2005 12:48 PM (GMT -7)   
LKE,WHEW!Take a deep breath, girl!I read here often and post every now and then....I know a little of  your situations, and also how often you help others with advice!Sounds like you're nearing overload, but we can't let it get us us down!I have a bipolar son,my boyfriend's mom has Dementia(so I know a lot of what you face with that.) And I have a mom 750 miles away from me that  I have daily guilt over because I can't be there to help her like I should.... Iwant to scream about oh, every 10 seconds or so!!haha...take care....pray.....it helps greatly.Jo

Howlyncat
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   Posted 5/26/2005 7:33 PM (GMT -7)   
Thanks Jo am doing just that praying and tonight took some time with hubby and daughter and went to an award dinner ......she won for the "Safety Patroller of The Year ".........Had a great time and am feeling a bit better today just had to vent lol thanks again ..........I am very spiritual so I know that I am going to be ok just fly off once in awhile ...lol ....thanks again ...you take care and God Bless.........Lyn
 
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   Posted 6/7/2005 2:07 PM (GMT -7)   
Oh Lynn, I'm soooo sorry about your mom!!!

I've been so busy, I haven't had time to post much and haven't been over here to AD for a while.

I don't know what to tell you about your family!! My mom is feeling pretty hurt too. She would even appreciate a phone call or a visit from everyone once in a while. Gets pretty lonely taking care of an AD patient . . . not to mention the loss of sanity!!

I am trying to write a letter to my family to tell them where things are at. I don't know if it will help or just cause guilt. Guilt won't help anyone. If they can't help, they could AT LEAST send a card or call.

I hear you sis!!! I know you are helping in spite of great medical probs of your own. It seems like most families are the same. One or two do everything.

Sorry I don't have any great advice for you . . . but am sending you hugs, prayers and

Blessings!
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   Posted 6/8/2005 4:47 AM (GMT -7)   
HI AR...........Mom is doing much better now but the family just ignored me ........thought of taking out a page in the newspaper and put it in print lol that would get their attention ..............you are a busy woman ....as bad as me lol .........Your Mom so deserves better ,I am always thinking I wish I could have family like yours that do help but as I read this sounds like they are slipping a bit too .............Ya know Mom isnt gonna be around forever ans so I take solace in the fact that I am making memories with her even through this DD ,those memories that they wont have .......like her putting her tiny hand out to a small child when I take her for a walk ....although its small and wrinkled with age her hands are so full of love and they are missing out ..............Our Cait is now going over after school and taking Nana out in her w/c for a walk and she tells me she is amazed at how funny Nana can be .lol........Mom has a weird but good sense of humor .......yes even if they sent a card or phoned it would make a difference to Mom and me .....none of them have chronic illness and they are just too busy to stop and share a few moments with her before the time runs out ........ah well some of us are put here for a reason I guess right and I will know that I have not let her down and thats the important thing ....take care sis and God Bless ....Lyn
 
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   Posted 6/8/2005 1:52 PM (GMT -7)   
Hey Lyn,

I called two of my brothers yesterday evening. I talked to one and left a message for the other one. They are both very good, kind men . . . but they know that they have let too much time slip away. I told them that mom feels like a begger when she has to ask for help and that she needs them to come over even if it is just to visit. I also told them that I am having mom make a list of things she needs help with so they can check the list when the go over. We'll see what happens.

I do have a sister who is eager to help . . . but dad will no longer accept her as a caregiver and he gives her terible problems when mom leaves. sad But, I think, he will take ok to the guys! He and I still have a lovely time. Today we painted a small crate to hold all the craft stuff I keep bringing over. He likes to paint . . . so I'll have to find more painting projects.

Hope you are well sis . . . God is smiling at you for the time you spend with your mom. You are a real blessing to her!!! Let me know if things get better with your siblings.

Blessings!
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   Posted 6/8/2005 7:38 PM (GMT -7)   
I've been stepped on my horses,dropped cans on my feet,YES,I have broken bones in both feet,but they healed you yrs.ago,arthritis is in there too.
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   Posted 6/9/2005 5:09 AM (GMT -7)   
Hey Snowy ,how are ya dont see ya around much anymore ........how is Larry liking his job ?I imagine Mom will now get arthritis in that foot right SL .......or is that a given thing ..........you take care and GOD BLESS..........Lyn
 
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   Posted 6/9/2005 5:24 AM (GMT -7)   
Effie ........maybe we can connect another time I was yaking to all in chat as we had some problems in there awhile back and was hoping it would not be again.............well I think personally it went very well with alot of peeps and we had a common goal and that was to help aunt kay ..........thats what this forum and chat is supposed to be about right ..........................Am so happy that you have those warm wonderful memories of times with your Dad and I tell you the traditions are important (in my opinion)............Mom has traditions for everything but I uphold them as well now and I will be for ever grateful that I do.....and I have passed some down thru to Cait so I know that after I am gone she will have those as well .....thanks for sharing your wonderful(and sad ) story ..........more peeps should be with their parents not sending them off as far as I am concerned ( i do realize that some have no choice) but for me I know I am doing the right thing ....taks care and God Bless ..........Lyn
 
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   Posted 6/9/2005 4:17 PM (GMT -7)   
I go into the chats,which ever room has the most(LOL) that's where I go.
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   Posted 6/9/2005 11:11 PM (GMT -7)   
Hey Effie,

So sorry to hear about your hubby. I lost my first hubby at a young age too. Sounds like you did lots for your dad. That must have been rough being a single mom and all. I bet your dad was so appreciative!

Thanks for sharing your great traditions with us. I think it is interesting to learn of different family traditions.

Blessings!
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   Posted 6/10/2005 6:31 AM (GMT -7)   
.....AR ....Why are you up so late lol get some rest will ya .....take care and God Bless ...Lyn
 
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   Posted 6/10/2005 1:22 PM (GMT -7)   
Hey Lyn,

Awe. . . .thanks for caring about me sis!! Actuall, I was very tired yesterday (for some reason confused) and I took two naps . . . then I went to bed at 6:30 pm!!!! I slept until 1:00 am and was up for about an hour and went back to bed and slept till 8:00 when my alarm went off. I think I could have slept another couple hours!!

I had a doc appt today with the rheumy. He added some thyroid med to my buffet and also methotrexate. I told him that my biggest issue right now is fatigue. He really wants to help me with that. So, we shall see what happens. I take the meth once a week (6 tabs - 2.5 mg each) and the synthroid each morning 50 mcg.

I sure hope this helps. I would love to get some energy back!!

How have you been feeling????

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   Posted 6/12/2005 5:27 AM (GMT -7)   
Rosie, have u ever taken methotrexate b4? I started it last August for the Psoriatric Arthritis along with the genetic disorder they have found that I have. According to the way our health care system works in Ontario, I had to try methotrexate first and then add arava, before I would qualify to take "Humira" or "Enbril", not sure of spelling of the second one. When I started on the methotrexate I was given one tab for the first week then two then three then up to five, then i stopped at six tabs for a few months. next i was given arava and one more tab of methotrexate. I had to quit the arava due to side effects. When on the methotrexate I have to go for monthly liver enzyeme tests. A lot of people get sick from the methotrexate. kay gets really sick from it. I find for me, it just makes me very tired. I will sleep for a couple of days straight. Do you have any young children? What did the doctor give it to you for?

Well..........that is it. I just hope you have better luck with it then me. I start humira on wednesday and am very nervous. judy

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   Posted 6/12/2005 8:01 PM (GMT -7)   
Hey Effie!

No, I took my first dose of meth on Friday night. 6 tabs totalling 15 mg. I am to take it once a week (not sure how long). I have a lupus-like disease that is autoimmune in nature. Basically, my immune system doesn't recognize my healthy tissue as friendly. So the immune system attacks my skin and connective tissue. It is also attacking my thyroid. I don't have enough criteria for the doc to dx lupus and some of my symptoms could be another autoimmune dissorder. Doc says that it could still turn out to be lupus, scleroderma, or other autoimmune disorder or it could go into remission. I have been doctoring for this for about 3 years . . . although symptoms go back to teens. I am 52 now. He has dx me with UCTD and Hashimoto's.

He has done the liver enzymes and will repeat them periodically. Thanks.

I sure hope your humira works for you. Is that like Imurin??
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   Posted 6/13/2005 4:04 AM (GMT -7)   
Hey sis ........I am on methotrexate ,I take 6 every Monday and for me they totally make me exhausted and nauseous but the benefits much much outweigh the side effects at least for me ........They are used for my immune system as well and keeps those sores kinda at bay as long as I dont have alot of extra stress happening.......You will no doubt feel tired but as I said they do work if you can handle the tiredness.......dont know why your doc would think they would help with the problems of your not having energy lol.......at least everyone I know thats on them gets tired and some to sick to handle it as it is kinda like a oral chemo med.....I wish you the beat with it and I hope you can work with it as it does help....Take care sis ............God Bless ,,,,,,,Lyn
 
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   Posted 6/13/2005 12:32 PM (GMT -7)   
Dear Rosie, and Lyn,
I too have found that the benefits of methotrexate outweigh the side effects. I have the same side effects as Lyn, extreme fatigue and nauseaus. However, I went off of them for 3 weeks. This was not a planned decision. I ran out of them. then my husband got sick and I was not well, so I just did not make going to the pharmacy to pick up my repeat a priority. I had been placed on the dosage, of seven tablets, slowly over time, then I went off them completlely, cold turkey, 7 per week to nothing. It was when I bent down, only as far as the second shelf of the fridge to get a pop, and experienced excrutiating pain, that I knew I had to make getting the methotrexate a priority. I went to the pharmacy later on that night. the pharmacist told me I could not just take 7 tabs again. he informed me that the methotrexate after not having taken any for 3 weeks would be out of my body. The pharmacist told me to call my rheumatologist. I was too afraid that the rheumatologist would get angry and deny me the right to start the Humira. I explained my fears to the pharmacist. The pharmacist said that if I would not go to the doc, to just start off on 4 tablets the first week. I did that. This week I took five. Eventually i will rebuild to the 7 tablets. Apparently once I have been on the humira for a while, I will have to wean off the methotrexate. You asked me if humira was like imurin. (not sure of spelling). I think they usually use this for hepatitis not sure. I have found some info for you and will see if I can paste it here. I know humira is a biologic type of drug.

The TNF blockers Enbrel (etanercept), Remicade(infliximab) and Humira (adalimumab) have been a tremendous benefit in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. They are effective in over 70% of patients including many who have not responded to methotrexate - considered by many clinicians to be the gold standard of rheumatoid arthritis treatment.

While methotrexate may take 8 weeks or more to achieve benefit, many patients see benefit from TNF blockers within two weeks. In addition, they are also very effective in relieving the fatigue that is a common symptom.

Like all medications, TNF blockers have potential side effects such as an increased risk of infection including unusual infections such as tuberculosis (TB).


There is some info for you Rosie. It is also used for psoriatic arthritis, which I have, even though I have no active psoriasis. It is also used for this genetic disorder I have.

It has been successful for AS also and some other forms of auto immune disorders. It costs about fifteen hundred dollars every two weeks in Canada. It is very expensive. Thank god I have a good drug plan.

Take care and hope methotrexate works for you.
judy

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   Posted 6/14/2005 4:30 AM (GMT -7)   
.......Hey AR ......You said the doc would do periodic testing on liver functions?......Not good enough sis it has to be done once a month as the methotrexate is toxic to the liver..........I do not miss my blood tests ever since doc and I sat down and discussed all this and how important it was to get liver checked monlthly.......not trying to panick you but am concerned k lots of huggs and luv ..be well and God Bless...........Lyn
 
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   Posted 6/14/2005 2:55 PM (GMT -7)   
Hmmmm. . . Thanks Lyn, I have my nexst appointment in 6 weeks. I'll make sure we stay on top of the liver function. I think the synthroid is for the fatigue and the meth is for the connective tissue pain and plantar faciitis.

Judy . . . thanks for the info. I love to know how this stuff works.


I never had any nausea!!! Yeah!! Unless it builds in the system and causes the nausea.

Thanks for your help ladies!!

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   Posted 6/14/2005 5:17 PM (GMT -7)   
Dear Lyn and Rosie,

Thank you for your responces. I always love to hear from you guys. I am not sure if it is allowed, but I would like to start posting the most on diabetes, arthritis, depression and anxiety sites rather than fibromyalgia. Most of the problems I am having relate to these health issues right now. I get the understanding that as long as I do not paste the same post twice, that i would be allowed to post here. Do you know if I have to re register?
Or do I just have to change my profile?

I have also been trying to delete some of my old posts for a few reasons, including that I tend to be wordy. Further my niece is joining the ms forum so time for some editing about family members. LOL!!!!!

I have enjoyed meeting so many of you at HW. I have made so many great people. This is a wonderful site. I appreciate the opportunity to be a part of it. I can not tell you how much it means to me, when you two, take the time out of your busy days to respond to me. It is such a special happy feeling. Thank you for your words of encouragement and for being there for me.

Please take care. Keeping you and your families in my prayers. May god Bless you and keep you safe in his ever loving care.
judy

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   Posted 6/14/2005 6:18 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi Effie,

You can post in ANY forum. It is ok to duplicate a helpful message. The reason the admin doesn't allow copied posts is that people come in here to advertise their wares and HW should not have to pay for the space for them to advertise. If your post relates to two forums, it is ok to copy and paste.

Now you'll have to edit the post above!!!! LOL cause your niece might see it!! I have thought really hard a few times about how I word things in case a family member every reads here.

Glad you can enjoy more than one forum. Many of us do. You do not need to change your profile unless it is helpful to you.

Blessings!
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   Posted 6/17/2005 8:07 AM (GMT -7)   
Hello Lyn!!

How is mom's foot healing??
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   Posted 6/17/2005 8:18 AM (GMT -7)   
Hey sis .........Its getting there lol........lots of fun ,and she thinks its funny ......ah well at least she is laughing.......hows your Dad and Mom doing hun?.....think about you all the time ........too bad you are so far away or we could have a cuppa .......take care sis and give them both a hug and tell Mom she is one special Lady and so are you .............love and huggs .........Lyn......God Bless
 
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   Posted 6/17/2005 8:21 AM (GMT -7)   
Effie .....we will have our cuppa together .......just not sure when but will be this summer for sure ..........thanks for all the info ........AR is rght about the questions you asked so start deleting lol.............dont mind having you here at all or on the other forums so dont worry k ......take care and God Bless .....Lyn
 
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   Posted 6/17/2005 8:09 PM (GMT -7)   
Thanks Lyn,
I will give you a call perhaps tomorrow and we can start planning our tea or coffee party. I know it's hard with all of the commitments you already have to your family. However if Howie and Cait are coming this way anyway, it would hopefully work out real well. We have so much in common and it is great to have found someone I can chat to, who also lives close. I will never forget and cherish the support you gave me, the first time I wrote a post. You were the first person who wrote to me and I just had streams of tears rolling sown my face.

I have been working about 3 mornings a week. I was/am on full time disability, but I am just checking to see if I will be ready for work in September. Today I woked a full day and I am now completlely exhausted and suffering with pain in my lower back and exteme pain in the lower part of one leg. I guess I can still only do about 1/2 day. However it was so nice to be interacting with the children and other staff members again. One of the little girls I am helping wrote me a beautiful letter. I think I will have it framed. LOL Hopefully once I get the "Humira" I will be stronger.

Take care, you and Rosie are always in my prayers. Wishing the best for you and Rosie and bothl of your families. Hope you are doing okay on the methotrexate. judy/effie
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