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    • CommentAuthordivvi*
    • CommentTimeJun 27th 2013 edited
    thanks to all of you. janet, this is important as so many of the professionals say its stork bite. which I am sure many can be. but that's from birth like a birth mark like Shirley is saying, most dissipate before adulthood, but some can stay visible. these we are seeing are actually growing in size and were not present prior AD. so yes for some reason it should be out there just in case its something as a common symptom.. its just very strange no matter how you look at it. I hope more of the newer members can watch and add their input along the way. it may not be there now but show up later like janet and my DH. and get larger over time. since there is so very little known about this disease anything is possible.
    • CommentAuthorbqd*
    • CommentTimeJun 27th 2013
    checked this morning - no red blotch. Hubby is in stage 5.
    I am 40 yrs old and do not not have AD. I have however had a red blotch at the base of my skull on the back of my neck for at least 16 years. (Since I started shaving my head) Both of my daughters were born with the same blotches in the same spot. One is 16 the other 14. I have a history of heart disease in my family. I'm also depressive schizophrenic. My daughters have depressive bouts as well as anxiety problems. Don't know if this helps but curious about these blotches also.