I got Alzheimer’s, I got maybe 30 years left

I confess I got Alzheimer’s, I just found out all about this terrible Brain sickness that is eating away at my mind. I was told I have to go through 7 Stages of H*** before my life ends on this Earth. And they are.

StageExpected Duration of StageEstimated Life Expectancy (Years Remaining)
Stage 1: No Cognitive DeclineN/AN/A
Stage 2: Very Mild Cognitive DeclineUnknownMore than 10 years
Stage 3: Mild Cognitive DeclineBetween 2 years and 7 years10 years
Stage 4: Moderate Cognitive Decline2 yearsBetween 8 and 3 years
Stage 5: Moderately Severe Cognitive Decline1.5 yearsBetween 6.5 and 1.5 years
Stage 6: Severe Cognitive Decline2.5 years4 years or less
Stage 7: Very Severe Cognitive Decline1.5 to 2.5 years2.5 years or less

Hmmmm, I seem to be getting there in my 40’s now, I got the Stage 1 of Alzheimer’s so far.
( age 40’s this decade 2020’s)

maybe in less than 10 years to 15 years, I’ll get to Stage 2 and Stage 3 of Alzheimer’s
( age 50’s year 2030’s)

and on year 16 to 21. I’ll be on Stage 4 and Stage 5 of Alzheimer’s
( age late 50’s, 60’s year 2040’s)

and year 22 to 30, I’ll be on Stage 6 Alzheimer’s
( age mid-60’s to 70 years old, Year 2050)

Stage 7 of Alzheimer’s is
Year 31 ( 2051) might be my very last decade Alive, you never know, I might reach 80 years old to 2060, if I have the courage and Man power to decide on living that long with this incurable brain defect known as Alzheimer’s.
nevertheless, my life is going to be H*** if I decide not to end my life in Switzerland or Belgium in the future after I reached Stage 6 of Alzheimer’s, because being told I have Alzheimer’s is not making my Life any better.
It’s not my fault I gotten Alzheimer’s neither, my Grandmother or Grandma also suffered terribly with Alzheimer’s, so I think that’s who passed Alzheimer’s on to her Grandson in the 1990’s.
Nevertheless I got 7 Stages of H*** to go through with Alzheimer’s, I got lots to look forward to in this cursed world, I just hope I don’t suffer too much in my years.

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  • I have memory loss at a young age and I'll be 64 y/o this May 2021

  • Why did you writing this? First you facts are wrong!
    On average, a person with Alzheimer's lives four to eight years after diagnosis, but a small amount of people can live as long as 20 years, depending on other factors. Changes in the brain related to Alzheimer's begin years before any signs of the disease.

    Alzheimer's is one of the worst diseases that a person can get!
    If you have it I'm very sorry that you do!
    But since the stories in this place are mainly fake! Then writing a fake Alzheimer's story is sick and a horrible thing to do.

  • No, I do have the symptoms of Alzheimer’s, how do I know this, because of how I sleep every night, every night I grind my teeth, and that’s due to me having a horrible Brain disease known as Alzheimer’s. And some night’s I have horrible nightmares, and yes I do forget things very often, because I hate everybody. I do have symptoms of Alzheimer’s and they are real.

  • Stop lying

  • If I’m lying, than I’ll die a Liar.

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  • Agreed. The author of the original post is suck to write the post and is obviously a poorly read Liar.
    My mother died four years ago after suffering for almost five years from dementia.
    The slow decline was horrible to witness which us is why this post so offends me.
    I witnessed the mind of a once bright intelligent polite lady deteriorate.
    One day mum would recognise me and my brothers, the next she would ask who we were or how we knew where she lived.
    Her memory loss was varied from day to day and selective.
    Mum would have nightmares and wake up screaming.
    Mum in her final months would

    ( totally out of character ) shout and swear at her nurses.
    I've seen this and it scares me incase I get this horrible condition.
    So stop lying and pretending, it is offensive.

  • So sorry you and your mother went thru that heII! I can't imagine the pain you and your mother went thru! This why I called him out on his fake story!

  • Thank you. I wouldn't wish dementia on my worst enemy. I'm just praying I don't go the same way as my mum.
    I think we noticed a change in her.aged about 81 or 82 .
    Mum died in 2017 aged 87.
    I'm 58 and hope I'm worrying unnecessarily but recently have walked in to a room and thought to myself " why did I come here."
    Not good.

  • We all done that go to a room and forget why we went there! You mom lived to a good age though! Don't think you will have problems. Good luck!

  • Thank you .
    There are obviously some near normal people on this strange site
    ( you and I for starters). Although we must be a little odd to be on.here !!!

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