My husband and I care for my 97 year old grandfather who has dementia and myasthenia gravis. He is on hospice care, but has always surprised us with rebounding after periods of slowing down. But he's now spent most of the last couple of weeks in his bed and hasn't eaten for two days and hasn't had water for close to 48 hours, though he still gets up to go to the bathroom, or to try. He has not had his medicine for two days. I'm so surprised that he is still producing any urine (though maybe he isn't) and that he is aware enough to rise, as weak and shaky as he is. Hospice has not really given us any idea on how long he might be with us still. He seems so very frail and fragile to me, but thankfully, does not seem to be in any pain. The waiting and wondering and watching can be so tough, but I want to see him through gently.
good luck with your grandfather.
97, he lived a long life. How blessed he is to have a grandchild as loving as you are. Hugs!
Someone I knew that was dying on hospice also was still producing urine though not eating and drinking. Seems weird but I guess it's not all that unusual after all.
I hope he passes easily when his time comes.