It's good to come and ask questions, but keep in mind that we are not doctors. I'm thinking you're reluctant to pin the doctors down. All you have to do to set your mind at ease for a change, is to come right out and say "at what point should I be worried about
mom's bp?" There may be several reasons it is above her usual read. (I never had them be concerned when brothers was equivalent.) Or "is that a normal dose of cellcept for 3 months out?" Everyone has a different normal.
Try not to obsess about
every little thing. Put it on the medical staff, that's why they're paid the big bucks! They are the experts, and if you don't have faith in them, it's time to change doctors.
I wonder too if by all your obsessing, are you driving her bp up past what you call normal? Relax, and let mom recover without all the worry. It's a waste of precious time. She will sense your apprehension.
Rent a happy movie and watch it with her AFTER you turn off your computer :)
"I don't like to make plans in advance because then the word 'premeditated' gets bandied about
in the courtroom"
Caregiver for brother's liver transplant
Blessedly rec'd liver 1/13/2013 at Mayo Clinic, FL
Post Edited (Mae be here) : 8/3/2013 11:51:56 AM (GMT-6)