Taking my mother out to the doctor

I never would have never expected our mother’s health to plummet appreciate it did right after I graduated college.

She lived our early teen years mostly in a bed, suffering from dire Crohn’s Disease. But thankfully, current treatments steadily improved her health in the ensuing years. It wasn’t enough to put her into remission, but it offered her the ability to live on her own for several years without any major problems, just an abdominal flare every now and then. But, things changed as her anemia worsened and she developed a condition where she has consistently at the risk of sepsis in her digestive track. She is weak and struggles to tranactivity around on her own after falling on the base of her spine 2 years ago and splitting her back in six weird venues. She was in a wheelchair for awhile but now she can walk somewhat well with a cane, even if her balance isn’t perfect, however sadly, both of us have dire allergies and every one of us are in seasoned doctors offices and hospitals all of the time. Many of these venues, despite being medical facilities, have seasoned and nasty smelling heating and cooling systems installed inside. I am sick of smelling mold for an hour or 2 while I impatiently wait in the front lobby of a medical office for our mother to finish her procedure that particular morning. These medical offices and hospitals desperately need to improve their Heating & A/C systems; multiple of their patients are there for respiratory problems, so you are forcing these terrible people to endure their flu symptom triggers just to get necessary treatment. I can’t even imagine what I would do if I had to come to a venue appreciate this because I was having trouble breathing every morning.