My mother saw a specialist for her eye and she was diagnosed with wet AMD.. Doctor wants to start injection therapy in her ey to halt the progression of the disease.. My mother is convinced that it is not needed as she says she see fine.. I explained to her that the disease will progress and that she will loose sight.. She finally agreed as long as she gets the opinion from her primary physician first , which is fine with me.. Problem is this, she has dementia , so every time I bring it up I have to push the restart button.. It is very frustrating because we go through the same thing all over again, she get very defensive, etc.. Anyone with a parent with dementia can relate. The end result is the same.. She agrees and all is good.. We will see the primary physician and I know what he will say because I have already spoken with him.. It is for her, unfortunately, even though she will leave his office agreeing and be co-operative she will forget the entire episode and it will be a restart moment. Question is this, do I respect what she want even though I know it is wrong or do I just go ahead and make the appointment and bring her there? I am leaning to just bringing her as I did to the specialist, in which she went a long like a trooper and only carried on when we where alone waiting for the doctor. My fear is this time they are going to stick a needle her eye and I am not sure how she is going to react.. Probably will be OK, but it is the afterwards.. I am sure someone out there had this experience, just want to know if there is any advice?