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    Leg and foot pain with dementia (PCA)

    Thanks Sue - I will look into the idea of support socks although Mom is very sensitive around her whole body and will only wear a particular make of white cotton socks (very cheap things from a supermarket) because these are the only ones she can tolerate for some reason - they seem a bit rough...
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    Leg and foot pain with dementia (PCA)

    I've looked into peripheral neuropathy so many times! I am still convinced that it is something like that but the medics have told us repeatedly that it isn't and have given pretty credible reasons as to why not (although i can't remember the reasons now). Thank you for mentioning this as...
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    Leg and foot pain with dementia (PCA)

    I hope I'm doing this response correctly! Mom definitely knows her age (roughly, give or take 10 years) although she will often say that she can't get up even though, like you father, she may just have been to the bathroom. It helps to know that there are mystifying symptoms and I don't need...
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    Leg and foot pain with dementia (PCA)

    Hi, I’m new to this forum. My Mom, 75, was diagnosed with dementia in December 2013 and later with PCA (posterior cortical atrophy). Since Feb 2014, she has been complaining constantly about her legs and feet which give rise to a virtually minute by minute commentary which includes them...