I have just got back from visiting Mum in Hospital. She is in a reasonable state they have her well drugged up with Morphine, her leg is in traction and she is finally 'comfortable' She was due to be operated on this morning and got as far as the theatre but they decided not to do the op as she had very high blood pressure and they thought that she wasn't stable enough. She came back to the ward in a state and they were very concerned about her. I had told them last night that they needed to keep an eye on the amount of morphine they gave her as she is on morphine patches which means she is 'used' to it. Finally this morning they have taken that on board and they have upped her dose .
This afternoon she is away with the fairies and hasn't got a clue how long she has been there or much more really. I feel that is a good sign and I am feeling hopeful that she will be able to come through this. The plan is for them to test her blood and maintain her blood pressure so that at 6am tomorrow she has the operation.
I am sorry that I have not been able to update everyone individually.