Sunday, December 21, 2014

Talking with Your Doctor

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Come to each doctor's appoitment with a prepared list of questions about your or your loved one's condition as well as details regarding any changes in the patient's Alzheimer's status.  Be as exhaustive and honest as you can about symptoms.

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Life with dementia continues to be a challenge.  My dementia appears to be moving forward.  I am experiencing bigger HOLES.  My definition of a HOLE is a block of time which, in my conscious memory, does or did not exist.  Earlier in my diagnosis, I only experienced small holes of time which I could not recall.  During the…

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