I feel very emotional just reading what you are needing to do to assist your husband! I worked in aged care, had one shift a day and that was enough when it came to being responsible for the health and well-being of other people.
I am in awe of what you are managing to do. It sounds like the trip to the Dr was very beneficial even if your husband did feel a bit upset here and there. It is important to get the medication sorted and for his Dr to know what is going on.
My father came out of hospital a few years ago after an operation and stayed with family for a week before returning home as his medication was quite confusing. A local Dr was able to help him sort it all out. Hopefully the Dr will be able to do the same for your husband.
Have you been to have a chat with someone yourself Elizabeth? My GP is a lovely compassionate man and listens to me a lot! He offers support and ideas. Hope you can have some support for yourself and a listening ear.
Shame about the weather and the walk. I had a walk in 2 different shopping centres today due to rain.
Hoping you can get things sorted Elizabeth!
Cheers from Dools