Thanks for the reply.
I am writing again because of my other sister with cerebral palsy (not the immediately previous case I asked but the other sister, the first case I asked about from you).
She has had cerebral palsy grand mal since birth. She is 28 years old and weighs 25 kg. Her current medications are Lioresal, Tegretol, and Rivotril, and past medications include Diazepam, Alprazolam, and an antihistamine.
For almost two weeks now, we have noticed that she has white sores in her mouth, like fungi. We brought the matter to a dermatologist, and she advised us to wash her mouth with a Dextrose solution. Fortunately, it has greatly diminished. We knew she was prone to this because we could not always brush her teeth and cleanse her mouth due to her condition. She also is being fed, always lying down position with blended foods. We noticed, however, that she has been choking even with water and also in the middle of the night with like a dry cough. She held her food before swallowing and even got to a point where she held food until choking. We administered that throat spray Difflam as we suspect she might have inflammation in her throat, which makes her choke and cough and causes her to hold food. When we sprayed Difflam, we noticed she was not holding her food anymore and was trying to swallow it already. She still chokes and, in the middle of the night, has a dry cough from choking randomly. Can we get your thoughts on this, as we are also afraid to bring her to the hospital, given the current situation? Thank you for taking the time to read this. Please help.