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Hello
I have been diagnosed with PD about four years ago.  I have similar minor problems with my hands trembling  and find writing/printing difficult.  I also am losing interest in eating when being served with a meal of meat, potatoes and veggies and prefer a sandwich or soup more preferable.  I have lost some weight but had lots to lose so that isn't a problem.  No problem at all with breathing.  My main problem is legs and balance – I have fallen a few times and cannot stand except for a few minutes without having to sit down as my legs also feel like jelly.  I find that laying down helps me.

I have you get help for your Mother.

Evelyn

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Evelyn – thank you for the nice note. When you say your legs feel like jelly – is it a weakness? My mom thinks she maybe has a nerve problem or something that is causing the weakness that forces her to sit down quickly to prevent collapsing. Maybe that is actually the Parkinson’s though? Sending you very warm wishes and hope this finds you feeling good today.

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