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please tell me what are some of the symptoms of parkinson's disease?

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Dr. Andrew McGarry
Specializes in Neurology
PD symptoms: Motor: stiffness, slowness, tremor, often on one side first. Gait can slow, balance can worsen. Non-motor: constipation, smell changes, mood changes, blood pressure changes, acting out dreams, among others.
Answered on May 7, 2016
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