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I drive night or day, no problems. I feel some anxiety in large parking lots when backing out of vision restricted slots. I am ready to give it up when problems arise.
I was diagnosed in 2014. The most annoying symptom then was dragging the heel of my left foot. Top one these days has to be urinary urgency. Amusingly appropriate is the label “latchkey incontinence” as it manifests itself in its most extreme form when I arrive home and pull in the garage . . . requiring a virtual sprint to the bathroom when I…[Read more]
Thanks Jean. Did the speech therapist offer any exercises to strengthen swallowing muscles or expiration muscles? or provide any tips or advice on how to handle your swallowing, like for example how to prepare food or position your head when you try to swallow?
What has your neurologist told you about swallowing ?
I am very interested in swallowing. 90% of PwP’s experience swallowing problems at some point during their illness. What advice has your neurologist given you an the following points:
1. How to determine whether or not you have a swallowing problem? The symptoms,tests that can be run,
2. A…[Read more]
My first symptom was “dragging me left foot.” Specifically the heel seemed to constantly scrape the ground. That was the only symptom I recall. My grandfather and uncle both had parkinsons, but it never crossed my mind that I might have it. Finally my sister urged me to talk to my MD about this. She referred me to a neurologist who, in ten m…[Read more]
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