Our expert says:
There can be various possible causes for what you are describing, but they all need urgent attgention and assessment, preferably by a good local psychiatrist - at your nearest medical school or major hospital / state clinic if you can't aford to see one privately ( though a first detailed assessment and diagnosis may be valuable, even if the treatment recommended could then be continued through the state services.
Huh seems in need of similar attention, not so ?
This could be dementia, either normal senile dementia or Alzheimers, for instance - and people whose brain function is already compromised in this way, may cope and behave without any noticeable oddity - until something extra puts a strain on their system, like a chest or urine infection, and then they may become more dramatically confused and with these sort of disturbing delusions.
I mention that sort of situation, because this needs to be part of the assessment, as they may need treatment of the infection, for instance, to improve their mental state, and then there'd be consideraion of whether any further treatment for theim would be needed.
She may be prepared to see someone to try to find the origins of these pains she complains of, and to see if some treatment could help to protect her from whatever might be causing them.
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