My mom is 55 years old and one doctor is saying that she might have alzheimers. However, I have been doing my research and the symtomps like alzheimers that she shows is memory loss (like where she put her cell phone or of forgetting how to get to the bank). She does not have any problems doing her daily rutine, she does not have problem speaking, writing or reading. She does not have problems with time and place. No problems with judments nor changing in behavior or loss of initiative. I have learned that these are the main symtomps of alzheimers's. In the other hand, she is showing other symptomps like fibromyalgia, such as body pai, nauseas, dissinezz, skin complaints (she just broke up witha a rash all over her body and it itches her), she has problems sleeping, she also has chronic headaches, chest pain (which they think is high blood pressure), extreme fatigue (to the point that when taking a bath comes out like she is been working out), memory loss, trouble breathing (if she takes long walks), vision problems and weight gain. She had her female organs taken out and she is dealing with pre-menopause. What could be the possibilities of her been misdiagnosed? I dont think that memory loss should be a dominat factor to diagnosed alzheimer's.