I am a carer for a renal patient on dialysis,she is not coping with dialysis as every session she has is painful and plagued with one complication or another. Extremely low blood pressure, severe cramps, not getting target fluid off. She has been talking about withdrawing from treatment but needs to know there will be support for her, the renal unit she attends is not too helpful.She can not cope with the fluid restrictions of only 500mls a day of which includes the food she eats, she is very depressed and dreads every session of dialysis any advice would be grateful.
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