Whether Parkinson’s Disease Should Take Medication For Life?
At noon my mother suffered from Parkinson’s, it was difficult to walk then I took it to the doctor for 2 months of treatment, she said that her body was a little light, there was a change, she could walk on her own even though I had to hold on to the wall and then stopped treatment because the medicine was expensive but how come my mother’s condition decreased again after not taking the medicine
Parkinson's is a condition where it occurs due to a lack of dopamine in the body. Parkinson's is common in older people. Parkinson's can cause symptoms such as trembling hands, weakness in the body, the body feels stiff, slow movements, decreased body coordination.
How old is your mother? Did the doctor who treated your mother tell you to stop taking the medication?
Parkinson's treatment takes a long time, and even tends to be continuous. In most cases, if the Parkinson's drug is stopped, parkonsone symptoms will reappear, especially in elderly patients where the dopamine hormone levels have been greatly reduced.
Therefore it is recommended that you periodically check your mother with a neurologist, so that the doctor can check your mother's condition periodically.
here's an article you can read about Parkinson's
semnoga useful. Thank you