Hi, I'm 69 yr. old female who has recently had 3 hallucinations as I'm waking up in AM. Also seeing "aluminum snowflakes" while riding my bike. Pharmacist checked my meds, everything OK there.My mom & her mom both died of Alzheimers. Any connections? Time to see a neurologist?
sorry your going threw this. hum, i have not heard of this in the early stages of alz, now i know it comes with it but i though futher down the road
how old was your grandmother and mom when they got it?
i would say talk to your dr see what he/she thinks, are you forgetting things? do you find yourself repeating yourself? that was our first clue mom had it.
i am sure you know the signs since you have been threw it with your family so i would talk to dr maybe have a mri done see where that is, if you want to know.
please keep in touch and let us know how you are doing . Blessings your way , Heart
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