I am struggling with the fact that I trully believe that my mother has Hunginton's Disease. She won't get checked. My uncle was diagnosed last year, so I know she has a 50% possibility of having it. I am getting married and THINK I want to know if I have it because I want to start a family. I cannot stop thinking about this and how I might have the disease. I'm starting to think there is something going on in my brain. I'm getting dizzy and headaches. My father told me that my mother when she was 30 went to the doctors to get checked for dizziness. They ran tests and the only thing they found was something in the brain stem. Has anyone else that has been diagnosed had the doctor say something about the brain stem and is ddizziness a first sign to the disease? I'm 24 and just afraid and don't know what to think or do about getting tested.
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