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Perhaps you could speak to your Mum's doctor about some better pain control, if what she's been given is not effective?

There is some information about dying with cancer on our information website; you might find it useful. It's important that you get a break and have someone to talk to.

She has back pain which the Docsays is the bone cancer.

We have been told life expectancy is few weeks to a few months.

I put it down to depression and mum wanted the company, little did I know we would get this diagnosis 4mths later.

i know when i am in bed at night the best thing for me to have when i feel the pain is too much is a cuddle and soft back rub...

just to have someone is with you is very comforting.

Just need a bit of advice x Hi Clareb, I'm so sorry to read about your Mum's diagnosis.

It's good that you are there to be with your Mum, but I understand how hard it must be to see your Mum in pain.i say this because even though stage 4 is terminal it is still possible to have some treatment to ease the pain and in some cases add a bit extra time too....i know your mum wants to stay at home but the hospice can be involved at home by visiting and getting you things to help your mum be comfortable, including more pain relief....My mum wants to stay at home and I just want an idea of what to expect with this.Iam a bit frightened and don't want my mum in pain.I had radio therapy to my hip/thigh area and it really relieved alot of the pain, i was given 2 to 3 months at first to live but i was put on a trial a new tablet called BIBW 2992 and it has kept me going for 2 years.