Any advice would be appreciated
Hi am here on behalf of my mum am just searching for answers or just anything no matter how small of a way I could maybe help her I feel helpless and am banging my head against the wall with doctor I just need some sort of answer for her. To cut a long horrible story short my mum is only 55 was fit and healthy but found a lump in her left breast in Dec 2017 she started chemotherpy in March 2018 had reconstructed surgery in Aug 2018 to both breasts and the right breast was tested for cancer and results was clear. She completed her radio theorpy in Oct 2018 n was feeling okay other then her right breast being swalloen and hard and angry red she visited GPS n docs to get told it's the healing process. Anyway 9 weeks post surgery they done a biopsy and found out the cancer was back in the right breast this time tho and she had to start the process all over again. So she started her chemotherpy on my son's 7th birthday 3 weeks ago and ever since then she has been having bad headaches and was suffering constipation. She's recently gone down hill very quickly and I had to take her hospital 5 days ago as she colapesed and had a small seziure. She's now at hospital and it feels like her condition is getting worse she's got no energy at all and practacly bed bound pain is ranging from her head back to her right breast and she's hardly eating or drinking and started seeing things and people and stuff that are not there I have been demanding an MRI since she first got admitted but only getting told it's weekend and new year so no 1 there to do them the nurses have just been dosing her up on morphine and if it hasn't been for me and my sister she wudnt of even had a wash. They can't get no bloods from her as they can only use 1 arm due to removal of lymth nodes and she has poor access am just really worried and scared and am getting no answers of anyone at the hospital except wait till tomoz but am so so scared and so is my mum any help or other people with a sort of same experience to give advice would help Thank you.