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Such a great message, @sandre. Your relationship sounds like a strong one despite the challenges. Thanks so much for sharing! – Chris, ParkinsonsDisease.net Team
Thank you so much for sharing this, @flossie88. It seems you’ve both come a long way from some tough health challenges. It’s wonderful to read how active and engaged you keep one another throughout the PD journey. Thanks again. – Chris, ParkinsonsDisease.net Team
Glad to hear that the adjustment was helpful, @zonaman888! Thanks for sharing. – Chris, ParkinsonsDisease.net Team
It’s been a good day after adjusting med dose.
My husband had early onset PD. We noticed a tremor in his pinky finger shortly after our first son was born almost 16 years ago. My husband turns 50 tomorrow. He went to a few doctors and they said the tremor was […]
Thank you, dan, for your encouraging note. It is indeed hard to ask for help; but I am lucky to have a team of very fine friends & family close by. I apppreciate your words of encouragement.
Than you for your reply. My son, who is my “rock”, has already made arrangements for a system as you described; and I plan to make fulll use of it.
Seven years ago when my husband, John, first started to exhibit signs of dementia, I was scared and worried about what this meant for our future. I remember praying every night for a miracle. One day while at a […]
In Feb 2011 whilst painting the house Baz slipped a disc and whilst in hospital was diagnosed with severe aortic stenosis and was advised a valve replacement.
At the same time I was having some gyno problems […]
I really applaud your courage and positivity. I would like to add one more thing to Sharons list. Since you will be living by yourself Please consider a wearable emergency button. They can be worn as a bracelet or necklace. They will work anywhere now because of cellular service. You can summon a relative or emergency services if need be. Too many…