My 94 year old dad with LBD has had trouble remembering words to say for a long time. I have gotten used to it and I can usually fiill in the blanks for him when he forgets. In addition to forgetting the words, his voice is shaky. He just has a hard time spitting out words. He had to go to the hospital a few days ago. He sort of 'wigged out' over the weekend and the SNF did not know what to do as this was out of character. He has no UTI and blood work came back fine but he deals with chronic leg wounds and the hospital said that it looked pretty bad so they put him on IV antibiotics. They thought maybe that was the reason for his behavior over the weekend. He came home yesterday. Since that time when he calls, his voice is clear, his words and sentences are great. I haven't heard him talk this good in many, many years but the STORIES. OMG! Yes, I know it's confabulation, but the stories make NO SENSE. It's like a total short circuit in his brain. We've traded one issue (unable to find the correct words and shaky, frail voice) to nonsense stories which he believes true. This is throwing my sister and I for a loop. I have asked the SNF if there happened to be a med change made by the hospital. I have never seen anything like this in him before. Has anyone else ever dealt with this after a hospitalization?