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Hallucinations, water retention, forgetful, slurred speech, high blood pressure, diabetes. Diagnosis?

My grandfather was admitted to a hospital for about 3 weeks and released just today, they dont know whats wrong with him but he has vivid hallucinations , is retaining water, is forgetful (often forgets what he was going to say in the middle of a conversation) , is weak, talks like his tounge is swollen , is dizzy , fatigued , cold , has high blood pressure and in iffy appetite he has the worst form of diabetes and he woke up in the hospital must have lost 2 litres of blood we are guessing from his rectum and he shakes alot, please could you help atleast try to diagnose some of this or atleast give me possibilities
Asked On : Mon, 15 Oct 2012
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can you please provide me the laboratory findings and test reports which they have done on him, so that i can help you much better.
Answered: Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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