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Malcolm Reeve

I went to the doctor a couple of months ago as I had not been feeling to will and had noticed that my left hand was shaking a bit and the next thing I was sent to the hospital the GP thought that I had a stroke. After many tests I was told I had early onset of Parkinson’s.

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  • Chris H. moderator
    3 weeks ago

    Thanks so much for taking the time to share, @malcolmreeve. I can imagine that the diagnosis may have come as a shock. How are you feeling about it now after a few months? – Chris, ParkinsonsDisease.net Team

  • MalcolmReeve author
    3 weeks ago

    I was very shocked to learn that I had Parkinson’s but since I was I was told I must say that I feel a lot better about it somehow it seemed a relief that it was not all in my head.

  • Dan Glass moderator
    3 weeks ago

    sometimes just knowing can make a difference since “this is what it is” and “this is what helps it.” I wish you well in your journey through this “new normal.” Just ask if you have questions. We’re all here for you.

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