I'm feeling more positive today. I know this is a progressive disease but like you say, sometimes new symptoms are quite alarming and frightening. Just have to watch they don't stress you out too much because we all know what stress and anxiety does to us. Glad i posted about it though, helps to write things down sometimes and it's comforting to know you're not alone. Thanks Michael for replying.
Yep it certainly is a bum**r that we've got this progressive illness to live with. How are you? Not only do you have PD to contend with but diabetes too, must make controlling symptoms challenging. Does diabetes run in your family? My grandmother had type two diabetes, she was diagnosed shortly after she fell down the stairs and broke her arm. She fell because she kept going dizzy and had problems with eyes, unknown to her symptoms of diabetes.
Well better log out, Lewis is poorly, been poorly for quite few days now, not even touched his easter eggs so he must feel bad. He's at doctors this afternoon so we'll see what he's got to say. Had a laugh with gp receptionist.....I said 'my little boy needs to he seen asap', she said?' and i said 'he's not been well for few days, off food, temperature....not even eaten his easter eggs.' She said 'well that is serious, but we can soon sort that out, bring him down at 3.40pm today and bring the easter eggs with you, lol.'
Nine easter eggs are sitting staring at me, god its hard work ignoring them, i've even put them in the bottom of Lewis's wardrobe out of sight but they keep shouting eat me, been tempted, picked one up and put it back. I've demolished mine, whoops