Glioblastoma multiforme , WHO grade IV

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Glioblastoma multiforme , WHO grade IV

by AJITBHOBE on Mon Mar 21, 2016 07:24 AM

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 Dear Doctor 

My mother is 84 she was diagnosed with Glioblastoma multiforme , WHO grade IV

RIGHT MEDIAL TEMPORAL LOBE SPACE OCCUPYING LESION.  She was operated and tumor was removed successfully on 1stof January 2016.  Soon within 15 days she responded very well and started to walk on her own and was talking, speaking. Had a good appetite.  

 

She was recommended Eptoin 100 mg 3 times in a day

Dexamethasone 4 mg   three time in a day later to be reduced by half .

 

Looking at her age Doctors recommended No Chemo and No Radiation. Within two months she started feeling sleepy again and slowly lost control on her walking ability soon became bed ridden and slipped into Coma.  She opens her eyes sometime and make moments of hands and legs but does not understand any thing she feels pain in her leg.  We have put Air Bed for prevention of Bed Sours but still she has little.  It seems she also has a urine infection.  Food pipe has been inserted through nose and we give her liquid every 5 to 6 hours 300 ml like Juice , Soups , etc.

 

Dear Doctor can she come out of coma it is now 2 ½ months from operation. Doctor had said without Chemo and Radiation patient can survive till 8 to 9 months but within 2 and half months she has deteriorated.. What can be done to bring her to sences and out of Coma.  

 

If she is nearing death how long she will be in coma its now 11 days since she passed in coma.  Please respond to my email fast. Its my humble request.  I am her son and greatly depressed. Please help me Sir / Madam if I can save her.

 Ajit Bhobe

 

RE: Glioblastoma multiforme , WHO grade IV

by rbernacki on Mon Mar 21, 2016 11:12 AM

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Praying for your peace!

 

God Bless!

RE: Glioblastoma multiforme , WHO grade IV

by AJITBHOBE on Tue Mar 22, 2016 11:02 AM

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Thanks for your Prayer rbernacki

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