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What Is Most Frustrating With My Wife Who Has Early Onset AD Is The Inability To Determine What She Remembers And What She Does Not.

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Which Vitamins Do Alz Patients Usually Take?

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Hubs is supposed to start on B12 according to his doctor to help with cognition. Doubt he will take it.

What Vitamin/minerals Are Helpful?

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What level ?

How Do You Get Your LO To Go To Neurologist Or Get Scan When They Don’t Want To Go?

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Hub’s doctor finally agrees that he needs to see a neurologist for a MRI. He is resisting any exam or meds. Doctor wants to rule out several possibilities… basically FTL, early onset ALZ or tumor. So close to a dx and yet so far. Any advice from those who have been there?

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Lynn, my friend told her LO that his MRI was necessary because the doctor needed to know what kind of medication he needed and the MRI would help with that information. He probably has Frontal Temp… read more

I Have Taken Namenda And Exelon For FTLD Since 2007 Plus Folate Which Says , It Can Help Reduce The RISK OF ALZ. By 55%.Do U Know Others?

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I am doing well and writing my 6th children's story!

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My husband was told to take vitamin B12 several years ago, at his first neurologist appointment.

"Oops! Looks Like We Can't Find That Page!"

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When I receive email notices of posts on this site, I'm getting a page that says: "Oops! Looks like we can't find that page!"

Can this be fixed?

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Perfect, thanks!

My Husband Has Been Experiencing A Lot Of Shaking Hands And Feet. One Of The Original Possibilities Was Parkinsons. Is That More On Course

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Was he ever on psychiatric drugs like Haldol if so could be TARDIVE DYSKANEASIA if so Austedo is good for tremors.

Iron Infusions For Enimea ?

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UPDATE Husband was taken into hospital from care home .He had 1 blood transfusion… read more

Anger And Aggression From My Father And I Seem To Always Be The Target . I Don't Understand. We Still Seem To Be Pretty Early In This.

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Incredibly hard to see him like this , a completely different person that raised me . A man who never raised a hand towards me. So very angry and has put his hands on me one time hurt me pretty bad.

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Remember that he is likely aggravated by his memory loss, inability to do things that he used to, loosing things, decreased independence, etc. He’s not angry at you, he is angry at his situation and… read more

Hi, My Wife Is 58 And Has Been Diagnosed With Severe E/O Alz/Dem. She Is Being Treated With Meds For Anxiety, Depression And Aggression.

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Her Neurologist prescribed Duloxitine 60 MG in am. Quetiapine 25 MG in am, 25 MG in afternoon 50 MG at pm and Olanzipine 5 MG at pm. My wife refuses to swallow these, so I have been having to crush the tabs and open the Duloxitine capsule and mix them in applesauce. The Neurologist said this was okay to do and the Duloxitine is not the delayed release
My wife has been on the Duloxitine and Quetipine for about 8 weeks now and they just started the olanzapine last week. Her aggression,… read more

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My husband ,Tim has recurring UTI and it seems like antibiotics started not working well and his doctor changed it to the different kind of antibiotics few days ago ,,it is too… read more