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My Dad is very ill, delirious, can’t walk, talk, not eating and is moving all the time. He is in hospital and not sure whats wrong. Could be delerium from UTI but not confirmed. Could this simply horribly be end of life?

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I think it's different for each person. Dad suffered from hallucinations at the end. He had already been confined to a wheelchair. And in his mental state, he had no appetite. His movements at the very end were to 'pluck' imaginary things from the air, occasionally as if to feed himself, but mostly just placing these 'things' on his lap. (He was in hospice and on morphine the last 3 weeks of his life.)
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Hi my nan is suffering with the same. I came here looking for answers too? If you want to chat?
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He IS in the hospital. Why not ask the professionals. You can ask for a Palliatve consult for some of the best answers. The can physically see him and I cannot.
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