My Dad (age 87 )had sepsis then an operation for an aortic aneurysm. It's been a long road and he is slowly getting his strength back, good days and bad but over all he is improving. Before the sepsis he was active, still running a small business, his mind seemed fine. He had no confusion and he was completely continent. However, since he was sick he has been urine incontinent and he gets confused. They have tested him a few times for bladder infection with negative results. He has had an MRI for his kidneys and bladder (that's how the found the aneurysm) and both are fine. His prostate is OK. So why is he still incontinent and why is he having confusion, particularly with anything math related? The doctors just say it's his age but can these things just happen overnight? Could it be related to the sepsis? That's when it all started. Dad is really having a hard time with the incontinence, it's humiliating for him. He wears adult diapers but he hates them. Does anyone have any ideas why this all happened so fast? Any suggestions outside of what the doctors have already tested for?