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My mom is a 62 year old. She has not been eating for two days and is getting very weak but she is thirsty all the time. Someone please tell me what can be going on. I am so worrried.

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I am so sorry to read of the loss of your mother. God bless you.
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melissa1979 Apr 25, 2021
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Oh Melissa, I am so sorry for your loss.

May God give you grieving mercies and strength during this difficult time.

Great big warm hug!
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melissa1979 Apr 25, 2021
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Hello everyone and thank you for your concern I took her to the hospital after posting this the very same day which is March 31 April 1 she was put on life-support she got worse over the days and she passed away 😭 April 4 Easter Sunday I just got the report back and they said it was septic shock thanks for checking in on me. And my mom so much
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CaregiverL Apr 25, 2021
So sorry for your loss
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Take her to hospital...call 911
they will give her blood test & meanwhile she will get hydration IV. Please tell us how it goes...Hugs 🤗
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Melissa
we are worried about you and your mom. Please let us know what is going on.
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Please take her to the hospital or call 911 and have her take an ambulance to the hospital.
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You need to take your Mom to the doctor now. You may need to call 911 for ambulance transport to the hospital. Something is clearly very very wrong.
You do not mention pain, but your Mom needs to be checked out now. Right away. If you have no urgent care you need to get her to the ER.
There is no way anyone here can diagnose what is happening. I sure wish you luck and hope things get better.
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You need to get your Mom to the ER now! This could be a diabetic thing.
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It could be any number of things--we are not Drs (well, some of us are) but w/o knowing more about your mom, we're unable to help.

A trip to the ER is in order and a full workup. I hope it's nothing too serious. But don't just let it go and 'hope' she gets better.

A run to the ER will give you a baseline for what needs to be done, going forward.

Good Luck!
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