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... Thanks deb, of that doesn't help anyone eles it helps me! Mom has gone down sooo fast and is so hard to manage! She got into my face a few hours ago and called me all sorts of names and told me she wasn't going to do what I told her. I finially told her that she didn't I would call an abulance to come and take her to the NH. She has been more unmamageble in the past wk. She... (79 replies)
... Dementia does not cause fluid on the brain. NPH is a completely different disease from dementia. Yet it can cause dementia like symptoms. Unlike Dementias, NPH can be reversed when appropriate treatment is given soon enough. ... (79 replies)
... No, dementia is not milder .. dementia is a concept that includes many diseases. One is Alzheimer's, another is Pick's Dementia, another is Frontal Lobe Demetia. ... (33 replies)

... Also know what type of dementia your loved one has. Is it Alzheimer's, Vascular Dementia, Lewey Bodies, Frontal Temporal or one of the other causes of dementia. One of the reasons you need to know is that not all dementia causes are equal. ... (17 replies)
... Has he specifically been diagnosed with Frontal Temporal? ... (9 replies)
... confusion are tantamount in dementia patients. ... (12 replies)
... Dementia is a broad category of neurological conditions. Alzheimer's is one type of Dementia... other types are Vascular Dementia, Pick's Disease, Frontal Lobe Dementia, Alcohol Induced Dementia... There are many many types of Dementia. ... (33 replies)
... Hi, I am actually posting this for my mother. I'm setting her up on a couple of sites, etc. I'm just trying to help where I can. My mother's husband of 27 years has just been diagnosed with Frontal Lobe Dementia (FLD). It took them a while and many many tests to come up with this diagnosis. The last few months, he has shown an extreme lack of judgment, and his memory was... (1 replies)
... That is a good question, would race play a part in most dementia cased in people. What nationality is she? ... (33 replies)
Oct 2, 2008
... There's your answer. My Mom has said essentially the same thing. One of the evils of dementia is that the patient is unaware of what is happening to them after the beginnings of the disease. They just know that their world has turned upside down. ... (6 replies)
Dec 24, 2005
... first and foremost, you mother MUST be diagnosed. Frontal temporal lobe dementia is, from my research, one of the angry dementia's .. ... (141 replies)
... I have flares where my head at the lower base of my head swells and hurts bad and then I have to use an ice pack to make it go down and take ibrprophen and I get frontal lobe headaches and my head feels cold there. I am 43 and worry how much more worse will it get and can my husband get through this with me. ... (33 replies)
... My experience is with Alzheimer's and Vascular Dementia. I am not sure if we have someone dealing with Frontal Lobe here. Each dementia has it's own set of symptoms and rate of progression... but all dementia has much in common as well. So welcome. ... (5 replies)
Parent's Dementia
Aug 21, 2014
... As for Mum, she is giving you HER reality. It may or may not have anything to do with the truth or your truth but it is HER truth. The frontal lobe of her brain is damaged which is causing her to react the way she does to the imperfect input that her brain is receiving. ... (3 replies)
... my stepdad has Frontal Temporal Lobe Dementia. ... (5 replies)
... There is a 9mm nodule in the supracellar region anteriorly projecting between the medial frontal lobes, associated with the anterior cerebral arteries, concerning for possible aneurysm. ... (11 replies)
Aug 26, 2012
... assisted retirement living space for 3.5 years. She started to decline in December of 2011 and I had her moved up the priority list for a nursing home. She has frontal dementia and was in the late middle stage at that time and was beginning to fall and was incontinent completely. She had a walker at that time. ... (4 replies)
... From what you are saying I expect you are dealing with FTD. Frontal Temporal Dementia. I am not a doctor and can not diagnose but it is my best guess. ... (6 replies)
... s dementia has a frontal and temporal atrophy caused by cell death. ... (7 replies)
... Do you know what type of Dementia her husband has. Has he been diagnosed with Alzheimer's, Vascular Dementia, Frontal Temporal, or Lewey Body? ... (1 replies)

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