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    Digestive problem for Alzheimer patient
    fariba2012 posted:


    My mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer about 10 years ago. At this stage she cannot talk and walk. We put Paik for her. Recently she has a lot of pain in her stomach. During the time she has pain, a dark greenish yellow liquid comes out of her Paik. I do not know what to do at this stage. What kind of diet you recommend for her? How can I help her so she does not suffer?

    cjh1203 responded:

    I'm afraid I don't know what Paik is. If she's having that much stomach pain, though, she needs to be seen by her doctor right away. The stomach pain could be caused by any number of things, and only a doctor can figure out what it is and how to treat it.

    I hope you'll let us know what you find out.


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