What´s wrong with my mum?

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My mum has told me that she feels extremely confused as she thought she had to take a Science test but she hasn´t been to school in ages. I know I´m probably overthinking it but she says things like this have happened before.

(She´s also planning on asking the doctor but we´ve just moved and have to change doctor)
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Have you never had any weird dreams that made you think random stuff like this?
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Have you never had any weird dreams that made you think random stuff like this?
I definitely have but it was in the evening (so way after she had woken up) and she just seems to get confused a lot.
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I definitely have but it was in the evening (so way after she had woken up) and she just seems to get confused a lot.
speaking to a doctor about the confusion definitely sounds like a good plan
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speaking to a doctor about the confusion definitely sounds like a good plan
She definitely plans to! I just remembered that she also gets dizzy. She´s been diagnosed with high cholesterol but doesn´t follow her recommended diet and I just don´t really know what to do
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She definitely plans to! I just remembered that she also gets dizzy. She´s been diagnosed with high cholesterol but doesn´t follow her recommended diet and I just don´t really know what to do
you could try helping out and trying to buy and cook healthy meals for her, unless that's something you do already.
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you could try helping out and trying to buy and cook healthy meals for her, unless that's something you do already.
I do try and do that occasionally. It´s sometimes a bit difficult though as I´m currently recovering from an ED and it can be triggering at times since she has to eat healthier and I have to let go of eating obsessively ¨healthy¨ I think I might try to go with her when she goes to the doctor and ask them if there is anything else I can do.
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I do try and do that occasionally. It´s sometimes a bit difficult though as I´m currently recovering from an ED and it can be triggering at times since she has to eat healthier and I have to let go of eating obsessively ¨healthy¨ I think I might try to go with her when she goes to the doctor and ask them if there is anything else I can do.
that does sound like a really tough situation, i'm sorry. i hope the doctor can give you some better advice than me, remember that you caring this much about her is already helping her, you're doing brilliantly.
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