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Does parkinsons disease cause pins and needles in thr arms

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Dr. Vasudha Jayant Athavale MD

of the auto accident caused the Parkinson's? ... pain . X-Rays showed compression fractures of 2 lumbar vertebrae . Within another 4 months severe arm ... View answer

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Dr. Panagiotis Zografakis MD

suggest? A stretched out death from Parkinson , or a death from septsis, a benign noplasm caused by a Vitamin B shot or a shingle shot abut 5 years earlier, With 5 to 8 lymph nodes missing from the... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Panagiotis Zografakis ( Internal Medicine Specialist)
Dr.   Sudhir Kumar MD

Hi, my wife has been recently diagnosed with PD after a prolonged tendonitits at the left shoulder, which affected the left arm. Afterwords she presented tremors on the left hand and left leg. We visited ... View answer

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Dr. Prasanna Heijebu MD

hypertension and diabetes besides Parkinson's disease. Please help. Dr. G. XXXXXXX XXXXXXX XXXXXXX MD. ...I am a patient of parkinsonism for the last 20 years. Of late, I am having serious problem ... View answer

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Dr. Ivo Ditah MD

I have Parkinson s...been recommended for DBS...doing a lot of questioning, research...came across this ... you can prevent and stop the progress of Parkinson s if the right measures are taken soon enough ... View answer

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Dr. Akhtarhusain MD

Hello Dr. Weil, My husband has Parkinson s disease which started 6 years ago, now but doing quite well, he only has a slight twitch in his lip and sometimes a weakness in his feet and his memory ... View answer

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Dr. HITESH KUMAR MD

My husband has Parkinsons Disease--is 86---he has red spots on his arms and face --more like red splotches--some darker in color than others. He now has some on his face. Syphilis has been ruled out ... View answer

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Dr. Sandhya Manorenj MD

My mom has got Trembling of hands, arms, legs, jaw and face ,stiffness of arms,she is unable to walk properly...we met a neurologist ..he said it is some disease called parkinsons diesaese..and he ... View answer

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Dr.  Juarda Gjonbrataj MD

I m a 45 year old female and just a few months ago I have a tremor that starts inbetween my thumb and finger causing the finger to move slightly. you can see the area between the thumb and forefinger ... View answer

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Dr.  Juarda Gjonbrataj MD

Hi. I been diagnose as having idiopathic Parkinson disease.I seen seven top neurologist and have ... treatment can cause more damage to the nerve cell .Who is right? 2-Some of them suggested take... View answer

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Dr. Deepak S Jois MD

Thanks for asking in healthcaremagic forum In short: It is controllable Explanation: Till now with medications we can control the symptoms of parkinsonism. It is due to decreased dopamine in brain. So, it can be...

Dr. Anshul Varshney MD

Treatment depends on severity. And in general a controllable disease. But you have to provide Me complete details for a better answer