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You say this has been going on for quite some time - sm

Posted: Dec 6th, 2017 - 10:51 pm In Reply to: Dementia - Christine

I don't know how long that is, but has she been tested for a UTI? My mother-in-law was showing signs of dementia also. She was admitted to the hospital, and they found she had a UTI. Once she was treated for the UTI, her dementia symptoms disappeared. This happened a few times. While a UTI can be extremely painful, older women often experience no pain from them, so they go undetected.

Also, another cause of temporary dementia is long-term hypoglycemia, sometimes seen in diabetics who are on insulin and are overly strict about their diets.

Whatever the cause, I pray that your friend can find a resolution for her problem.

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