Parkinson's Disease symptomsParkinson's Disease
Symptoms could include:
- Involuntary Movements
- Muscle Rigidity
- Depressed Mood
- Hand Tremor
- Loss of Balance
- Poor Balance
- Unsteady Gait
- Slow Movements
- Alteration In Consciousness
- Abnormal coordination
- Flat Affect
- Expressionless Face
- Gait Abnormality
- Difficulty Eating
- Mask-Like Facies
- Posture Abnormal
- Gait, Shuffling
- Fine Motor Impairment
- Freezing In One Posture
- Erectile Dysfunction
- Memory Loss
- Muscle Pain
- Slurred Speech
- Teeth Grinding
- Muscle Stiffness
- Head Tremor
- Muscle Spasticity
- Frequent Falls
- Incoherent Speech
- Monotone Voice
- Loss of sense of smell
- Difficulty Initiating Movement
- Change In Bowel Habit
- Decreased Blinking
- Speech Articulation Problems
- Hard to Awaken
- Chokes When Swallowing
- Aimless Movement
- Difficulty Speaking at Normal Rate
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