This is my mom. Please turn the volume to listen to your talk. This video was taken on Thursday, February 9, 2012. You have been diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's disease. He is 56 years old. A year ago it almost seemed normal, but now she is confused, she can barely speak or listen. He began to show signs around 45-46 years of age. She was 24 when she left her job for no apparent reason thinking people were looking for her. He began to live with me on my sofa. It has been a roller coaster of me and the rest of the family thinking I was crazy and depressed. I just thought it was a mental breakdown due to stress or empty nest syndrome and even menopause. The doctors were prescribing the medicine but finally when I noticed that their speech was starting to be turned off a bit I started reading up on it (this took 6 years). Finally he came to the conclusion that he needed an mri or pet ct scan. Thanks Google because doctors never recommended it. He was first diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor and then, with a pet scan, he was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's disease. I've actually discovered that doctors really do not know much in this area and never seemed to be sure of anything. I was told that your case is rare.
Video credits to Rusty Rich YouTube channel