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Nerve shortening in brain causing difficulty in walking and speaking. What treatment should be taken?

Hi Doctor My mom having some nerve contraction or nerve shortening in the brain(we hered from some doctors), due to that she is not able to walk and speak. The medicine which adiviced by doctor s are Syndopa 110 and selgin and pacitane.. could you please let me know what will be treatment for this. Thanks Bala
Asked On : Sun, 30 Sep 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Dear friend, welcome to HCM!

Your mom has been prescribed drugs for Parkinsonism, a movement slowing brain disorder.

There is no nerve contraction here. You may have overheard wrong thing.
The treatment is already prescribed. It is treated with medicines alone.
I think you are not counselled well.
Please requestt your doctor to explain the diagnosis and treatment plan in free time.

Take care and please keep me informed of your progress.
Good Luck!
I hope to have answered your query satisfactorily.
Thank you!
Answered: Sun, 30 Sep 2012
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