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Hi, my mother is 64 years old, has type-2 diabetes,

Hi, my mother is 64 years old, has type-2 diabetes, and her PCP thought she was having a heart attack or had had one within the last three days, yesterday. Her PCP sent her to the E.R. where they found nothing wrong with her heart. Today she is having problems staying alert. My mother's blood pressure and blood sugar are fine (she had a 5.1 A1C yesterday). She told me she feels as if she's dying, that something isn't right, but she refuses to go to the E.R. again because it costs too much. She is also thinking this is simply from her not having Zoloft, because she has high anxiety and depression. Could she be right, or could something really be wrong? Her best friend is an R.N. and has been one for over 40 years. If you think something is wrong with my mother, should I go to the R.N. to ask for her help in getting my mom to the hospital?
Mon, 8 Oct 2018
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