Stuart had his mri on Monday. Tumour has doubled and is now 7x5x4. There is also a new tumour in the left posterior temporal/parietal lobe, it is 1.5cm. I am almost relieved that there is new growth and the end is approaching even if it is unbearaly slow. It is agony to watch him now. Can't walk, no communication, incontinent. Uninterested in anything around him, Headaches increasing, morphine pump being put in later this week. Often anxious but we can't understand him to know why, thats if he even knows. He has been on respite for the last 2 weeks and has 4 more to go but I think it will be permanent. I just can't manage anymore. Life is so tough for some of us.
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