Skip to comments.The Stages of Parkinson's Disease
Posted on 09/12/2016 3:11:31 AM PDT by Jemian
Parkinson's disease strikes people in many different ways, leaving them to experience a broad range of symptoms. Though symptoms may be mild or severe or occur frequently or infrequently, Parkinson's disease appears to have five different stages. The time spent at each stage varies, and the skipping of stages, from stage one to stage three, for example, is not uncommon.
Parkinson's disease stages include:
Stage one: During this initial phase of the disease, a person usually experiences mild symptoms, such as tremors or shaking in a limb. During this stage, friends and family can usually detect changes caused by Parkinson's, such as poor posture, loss of balance, and abnormal facial expressions.
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Based on information from this source I would guess late stage 3 and transitioning into stage 4.
I changed my mind. Stage 2. That gives her plenty of time to lie and cover up.
I did notice that in later stages of the disease, the tremors disappear. I did not know that before.
When I think of Michael J. Fox, I just don’t see Hillary as having Parkinson’s.
The problem is not what illness we the people have to guess that Hillary has.
The spotlight has been Democrat Party and media hide and shield the major party candidate running a presidential campaign. With full consent and complete knowledge, they try to deceive American people.
Not only that, they also did everything they could to smear and sneer at anybody who has questions about her health.
It was over 20 years ago when he was first diagnosed, wasn’t it. If she has the same thing, it is not following the same pathology.
what about the coughing cackling cankle that ixhibits a tendency to have people in opposotion killed stage?
Hey! You’re asking me? I don’t know what she has. But I hope it hurts. A lot.
if HRC has parkinson’s Fox MJF will be all over this.
There are subsets of Parkinsons Disease. There is a set of conditions simply labeled Corticobasal Degeneration Syndrome which has many presentations of symptoms. People can and do live 20 years with some of these conditions. Even with a diagnosis of Parkinson’s, there are individual variations in symptoms/presentation.
Don’t discount the effect of will on longevity and endurance.
We are bombarded with cautionary warnings about the fragility of human life, but modern medicine can and does rescue people every day from many conditions.
Quit trying to speculate
MS,congestive heart failure, and any of a dozen more diseases of aging can cause her symptoms.
We should be demanding answers.
Trying to peg Parkinson’s doesn’t do anything but make people think of Michael J Fox and others including Kathryn Hepburn who were very functional with that disease
How about this:
This patient is a personal friend and he is doing very well post surgery.
I had heart failure due to a myxoma tumor in the left atrium.
Coughing and shortness of breath was a huge symptom and initially the docs thought I had pneumonia and others thought Congestive Heart Failure even though I had zero history of any heart issues.
If I had to guess without seeing any medical chart, I would think COPD.
A convincing video that she has Parkinsons Disease:
I’m betting on Vascular Dementia, that pretty much covers the seizures and the catheter and collection bag strapped above the knee. Vascular Dementia is caused by a concussion and a symptom is loss of bladder control.
Source for bladder bag please.
“I did notice that in later stages of the disease, the tremors disappear. I did not know that before.”
I’ve dealt with Parkinson’s as a caregiver for the last 40 years, and the suggestion that the tremors go away is misleading. Although that could happen, it would be because the patient is so incapacitated regarding muscle control that their limbs are rigid and/or has lost control of them altogether.
The tremors do not go away, as in back to normal...
Maybe a private investigator or SPY can find Hillary’s garbage and trash and determine if she is using adult diapers per some earlier reports!
My Uncle died from Parkinson’s. Its a really bad way to go.
Yes, that’s more like it.
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