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If swallowing becomes very difficult or your husband is not able to eat enough to maintain a healthy weight, his specialist, Parkinson’s nurse, speech and language therapist or dietitian may suggest he consider tube feeding.
Tube feeding usually involves a small tube, called a PEG (Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy) tube, being inserted into your stomach.
All or some nutrition, hydration and medication is then delivered directly into the stomach through the tube. PEG tubes can normally be easily cared for at home or in a care home setting.
A dietitian can discuss what PEG feeding involves, show you a tube and discuss your husband’s feeding options to help you make an informed decision.
I hope you find the above information useful.