May 24th, 2014 6:49 PM
When I first noticed my wife having difficulties in life she would have been about 54 or 55. As the years went on I felt there was something happening to her but heck, we are ageing and these things happen. We had great difficulty seeing a doctor as she was too young to have AD. She continued to work until she was 63.5 but wow did the disease really manifest it's self quickly. This seems to be one of the traits of EOS. The younger you are the faster it progresses. When we finally got into a specialist and she was legally and properly diagnosed, the disease had been in our lives for about 6 years. I asked the doctor who the youngest person he saw with AD and he said a 37 year old ,male. I recently heard of a 49 (?) year old male passing away and I hope his widow does post on this link. My wife passed away at age 66.
What is your story about EOS AD?