Sorry to hear things haven't been going well, and I hope you're feeling well soon! I think that whenever our schedule is upset, it effects them too.
We had an accident here this morning too. Kodi ALWAYY goes out and poops first thing in the morning. Dave went down stairs with him, and I stayed in bed for another half hour. Since Kodi is so regular with this routine, I didn't think to specifically ASK Dave if he had pooped. I had a Team meeting to go to, and since I was going to be gone for about 3 hours, I decided to gate him in my office, so he'd have a little more room than just his crate. We often do this for longer periods. His crate is in there, and a water bottle. If it's going to be a REALLY long time (more than 4 hours) I also put his litter box in there. But I didn't even think about it... it shouldn't have been long enough that he'd need it.
I came home, and instead of him meeting me at the gate, as he usually does, he was in his crate. Then I saw that he had pooped on the couch!!! Poor guy, he didn't have his litter box, obviously needed to go, and didn't know where. I'm not sure what would have happened if he'd been in his crate... I might have come back to a REAL mess! Definitely a case where I need to roll up the news paper and hit myself over the head!!! Stupidity to put him in the position where he was forced to make a bad choice.
The good thing is that his poops are firm, so there was no damage to the couch. I put it in the toilet and sprayed the couch down with an enzyme cleaner, then blotted it dry with paper towels. Definitely easier to deal with than pee. Interestingly, he never came out of his crate until I as finished cleaning it up. And he has NEVER been punished or even chastised for making a potty mistake, even as a puppy. But somehow he KNEW this was "wrong".
As far as clean-up on your bed is concerned, I HIGHLY recommend that you order some "Anti-IckyPoo". (you can get it on Amazon) Pam King put me onto this stuff, and it is amazing for anything from accidents to blood stains to cat barf. (we have a lot of that
) It is actually the enzyme cleaner used by law enforcement to clean up crime scenes. It's WAY better than even Nature's Miracle and the like. I haven't seen any sign that Kodi can even find where the cat has barfed after I use it. (good because he will not only eat it, but will continually roll on that spot on the rug, even when _I_ can't smell anything!!!
) If anything can save your mattress, that can.