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Losing train of thought quickly. not being able to find the right word to use or pronouncing words wrong a sign of dementia.

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Absolutely get her checked out with an MD.Sudden changes and by that I mean happening right in front of you could be signs of a stroke.Only way you can be sure is get her checked out and as FF said if this is happening right now please call 911.
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I am not sure if she has Alz/dementia. I was just wondering if these were signs leading to that.
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it has been a slow progress, that this is happening to her.
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Not to make light of the OP's query, I'm in big trouble as that happens to me frequently.

Sunflower, your profile states that your mother already has Alz/dementia -
is this a new, abrupt change? I also thought of a stroke, in which case the onset of symptoms could be a warning sign. But it could also be a new stage of the Alz.
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Whomever is having that issue, get that person to the ER or urgent care quickly. It could be a sign of a stroke.
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