aleasha15 Asked October 2010

What are the symptoms of Parkinson's disease?

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The most common symtoms are tremors (they often develop on one side of the body), rigid limbs, and a sudden inability to move. There are many other symptoms as well, so if you suspect Parkinson's Disease, see your doctor.

We have a section of the website that has information on Parkinson's. Here's the link:
www.agingcare.com/Health-Conditions/1140/Parkinson-s-Disease
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