Hi all!! I was looking around and came across this group, I've been looking for something like this! My dad was diagnosed with PD back in Feb. I kinda had a feeling that's what he had, but he was also having heart issues. BUt the heart dr and myself wanted a neurologist to look at him and I'm sooo glad that we did that! My dad is 63 and honestly looks like he's 80. Him and my mom divorced 10 years ago and he's living with a lady. Now I have been having issues about her ever since he was in the hosp back in Feb. I really don't know what's going on with his PD. He was originally on sinemet but now he's on something different and he can't remember the name...I keep telling him to write it down for me. But he is a man...lol..I know somethings about this disease, as I used to be a cna and have cared for people who had it but I have no clue about treatments and all that. Ok I've rambled on long enough,....lol...but anyways I think I'm happy I ran across this group!! (((hugs)))) to all!
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