Hello my husband John is in hospital,he has Parkinson in his legs,his legs have frozen,he cant walk,he has dementia too,has anyone had the same problems? i am hopeing he will walk and come home.View Thread
John my husband has a lot of health problem,so it was a shock when they said he had Parkinson,he has it in his legs he cant walk very good,he also has back problems,his memory is real bad he has Diabetes which is up and down,his bowel and bladder is up and down,i am at my wits end,i don't know whats the future holds.View Thread
Hi Steve Block ,thank you for email,as it only a short while that ,the DR have found John hasPD,his treatment is still on the learning stage,as the DRis new to us,he is still working out Johns illness,John still in denial about PD, thank you Pam KleaseView Thread
Thank you lovedogs1955.for your email,so many Dr said he has PD,also besause of all his other problems,he gets quite hard to handle,at the present time he is having eye problems,he had a bleed behind his eye,had a operation ,now he has to have a operation to remove a Cataract,he thinks in his mind he will be able to walk better ,after the OP.as we are only new to this area,we are still getting to know our doctors,thanks you again.View Thread
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