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There Is No Cure

October 30, 2014

Delmarie Hines: My Journey. My Story.

alzheimers no cure

I had been feeling sick for a few weeks. I kept telling myself that it was just a cold mixed with being  really tired. Aren’t all caregivers tired? The weather is drifting between fall and summer from day to day. Isn’t everybody feeling a little under the weather? Then came the worst headache of my life, my throat felt like it was on fire, my eyes looked like I’d gone on some sort or illegal drug binge, my body felt like Mike Tyson had used me as a punching bag, I could stay awake for 2 hrs max at a time, and my fever kept coming and going. I FINALLY decided to call the 24 hour nurse line. The nurse advised me to go to an Urgent Care Center in the AM. A quick test showed that I had strep throat, an eye infection, an ear infection, and a sinus infection…

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  1. Shanice J. permalink
    October 30, 2014 8:12 pm

    My grandparents had Alzheimer’s as well and it was very hard on my parents because the feeling of the one who has raised you now not really knowing you is really hard and tough.. and I watched and listened to my grandmother utter things that didn’t make sense; it was hard but there is no cure but with God all things are possible. I look forward to the day where we can get rid of this disease.

  2. October 31, 2014 8:37 pm

    I too look forward to that day, Shanice J.

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