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Q&A: How fast can Alzheimers come on?





Query by Jen C: How quickly can Alzheimers come on?
My Nana has had it for many years, Papa (her husband) just began acting differently a couple of weeks ago.. and has been falling a lot, unable to dress himself and so forth, in just two weeks.

If alzheimers doesn’t come on that fast.. does any person know what else it may well be? Thanks.
Thank you… they took him to the hospital correct away, we’re even now waiting to hear whats going on.

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Solution by cclearly4
Alzheimers develops gradually. But, if your grandpa has been falling a lot, and so forth., he really should get into the DR. ASAP! He might have had a stroke or bleed which could bring on signs and symptoms speedily. He may possibly be ill…a fever will bring on all sorts of signs in the elderly. He does need to be witnessed by a medical doctor!

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