My mom is only 79. Last year we found out that she had pancreatic cancer. Thank-God we found it in the first stages of stage one. Her surgery was successful, however ever since, her health has steadily declined, she also lost 60 pounds and we had to get her all new clothes. The only positive thing was the weight loss because she was way too heavy. She already had type 2 diabetes, heart problems, a "dead" brain anyourism, high blood pressure and has always been a manic depressive person. Now she is on so many new medications that she has uncontrollable leg tremors and falls. I got her a wheeler walker that I can push her in and that she can also walk herself and then if she feels her legs going she can sit down. I have done some research about orthostatic tremors and found that is is very difficult to diagnose it properly. Needless to say that before the cancer my mom was a very vibrant, busy independent person, and now she cannot even drive. It is very stressful to my mom that she is loosing control of her life and her body because she is still very sharp and coherent. Thus it is very stressful to me to watch her be so sad and even more depressed. We just moved into a new house in Amityville long Island New York. It is our dream home. We live right across the street from a beautiful lake/park with wildlife all over and we have a huge deck with a yard as big as a football field for my dog. I thank the lord everyday and night for all the blessings we do have. Sometimes I have to remember to let us enjoy the house and location. It's difficult to get my mom to be positive about anything, givin that she has been a pessimist all her life. I am trying. I also have panic stress disorder syndrome and I still keep it together for us. Does ANYBODY know anything about uncontrollable leg tremors? If so, your feed back would be greatly appreciated. God bless us all and be strong.