Are blurred vision and headaches common with Alzheimer's?
My mother-in-law has Alzheimer's and is at the stage of being argumentive and saying things that aren't true. Now she is complaining of blurred vision and headaches. Are they a part of Alzheimer's too or something else?
Blurred vision and headaches are not common symptoms of Alzheimer's disease. It is important to have vision of your mother-in-law examined by an ophtalmologist to eliminate the possibility that her blurred vision is due to conditions such as glaucoma or cataract. Vision problem may cause headaches, although headaches could be also due to many other condition.
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