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Cybershrink responds : Thank you all so much, folks. I spent the day there, and she was clearly over-sedated and when I got there, really struggling to wake, but couldn't. During the day, as the sedation wore off, she was able to open her eyes properly, and make vocal noises when she recognized me and others, and take our hands. Kept an eye on her all day, and have now come back, as the senior nurses think she'll make the night and probably more days to come, and I have discused how I'd like her to be treated ( Risperdal far more clearing and less sedating than Serenace and Benzo's ) and lets hope she's more like herself tomorrow.
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