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Some physical complaints - such as abdominal pain, dizziness, or most commonly, a headache, can occur any time, but most often come to attention in mild dementia.

Other physical complaints - such as swallowing difficulties, or dizziness on standing, or an overfull bladder - occur as a consequence of some types of dementia. For example, each of the problems of impaired swallowing, dizziness and bladder difficulty can be seen in severe Alzheimer's disease , dementia with Lewy bodies , frontotemporal dementia , vascular dementia, and even more unusual types of dementia.



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