Hi everyone, I need help, I got hurt about nine months ago fell off a dozer, I use to work for a pesticide plant. At the time I got hurt all I remember it was windy and the very strong smell of the large cow manure Pyle made really dizzy and I guess that's when I feel off and landed on my face and they told me I went in to some type of a convulsion and five men were holding me down. Then I was incoherent and unconscious for one anhalf hour. when I came to I remember feeling like I got hit by a mack truck. sense then I've been thought a lot of tests. and know im going through a lot of truomurs stiff muscles joint pain swelling spasms, very hard to walk I've fallen a lot, memory lose, eye vision is very bad. drop things do to hands not wanting to work like they should. My doctor has told me take I have a lot of nerve damage and muscle disorder. Then she told me two or three weeks ago that she thinks I may have early signs of Parkinson's Disease. I need some help Please.View Thread
Thanks for your response. I live in North California, I have to watch what I do I pay for everything out of pocket long story. But I've going to my local doctor for the past nine months when I got hurt. Been to standford university one time. Right after that my job let me go. Anyways I still keep in contact with the nerve doc there. The newest thing happening with me is know when its time that I want to get up out of my chair I can't do it, this disease is pissing me off. I don't know if anyone besides me can actually feel your body going through changes with this PD. Anyways getting back to the chair my wife is having to lifting me up out of chair shes a little thing, I asked her were have you been keeping that strength to lift up a 200 pound man. Anyway like my smartphone helps me. Anyway I'm new to having the PD I know the docs told the wife and I that its progressing fast. Anyway thanks for reading.View Thread
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