Well, they have made their position very clear. He comes off the Lorazepam, except for PRN use. No compromise, nothing. They say he is addicted and has to come off. Now. We think that he should come off more slowly, but no. They say the dosage has been reduced and that ‘we’ (not us) just have to bite the bullet. Any concerns we had, were countered by the threat of an anti-psychotic and possible hospitalisation (sectioning!!) So we will see what next week brings.
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I am married with two adult children and used to work in an office for Leeds City Council. Prior to this, I was a cook in an old persons home, but before that, I was a cook at the Leeds General Infirmary. I took early retirement from the Council in 2016, and I now do part-time work as a kitchen porter/assistant in a local cafe. If you enjoy reading this blog, please tell your friends and colleagues that they are all welcome to visit. View all posts by Tony