I have not yet been officially diagnosed with Parkinson but I am having ongoing investigations.
For almost 10 years I have struggled with pain, hips back, shoulder knees, jaw bone (which resulted in me loosing all my (top teeth not one of the was bad) breathlessness especially going up the stairs, BUT THE WORST PAIN is the head pain I can so relate to how your husband and mum feel, the pain is like no other pain which radiates mostly on the left side and attacks the jaw bone, cheek bone, temple,ear, side and top of head, on a really bad flare up I press top of my scalp against door or wall, I have to dig my nails into the scalp and for the burning I use the cold head caps which I keep in the fridge at all times. Flare ups can last for hours (absolutley horrendous pain)
I am scared but I after years and years of pain, loosing teeth, fatigue, breathlessness, head pain/burning, depression the list goes on and on at the moment i am trying to stay positive.
Thanks Ann (Poodles)