There’s a new diagnosis for Tay Sachs syndrome: kidney disease.
The symptoms are more severe and include loss of consciousness and inability to speak.
They include a loss of appetite, fatigue and loss of muscle tone.
Symptoms usually start around age 15, but some people may not experience the symptoms for years.
Tay Sachs disease symptoms include:a.
Loss of consciousness.
In rare cases, people with Tay Sachs can have a loss or even loss of brain function.
They might be unable to move or talk.b.
A loss of bladder control.
In a few cases, Tay Sachs sufferers can develop urinary symptoms, which can be debilitating.c.
A failure to respond to treatment.
Tay Sachs causes a gradual loss of coordination and movement, and people who have the disease have trouble keeping their balance.
The inability to move may be due to a brain injury, epilepsy or brain damage from a stroke.
The disease is not contagious and the disease is usually mild.
It’s usually not life-threatening.
Symptoms of TayS Sachs include:1.
Difficulty with coordination.2.
Difficulty moving in and out of objects.4.
Loss or inability to communicate.5.
Poor balance and coordination.
The symptoms are typically mild.
Some people with the disease can be able to manage their symptoms with a combination of medication and exercise.
They may have to be supervised.
People with TayS achs disease are often referred to as people with “brain damage” because the condition makes it difficult for them to control their movements.
TayS symptoms can include:c.
Pain in the head.
Tays sufferers often have numbness or tingling around the eyes or in the forehead, or in one side of their face.
They also may have headaches or other symptoms that can be severe, such as weakness or difficulty swallowing.
The condition can be fatal if left untreated.