Father suffers parkinson since he is 28

Ask a question Aislinne 1Posts Thursday December 1, 2011Registration date December 1, 2011 Last seen - Last answered on Dec 2, 2012 at 11:14 PM by Anonymous User
My father suffers from Parkinson since he is 28 years old.
Now he is 52 and things are worst but he tries to keep calm.
This illness is destroying his life every day since all these years.
What I wish to know is; are there any treatments?
How long will he be with me, as I know that people suffering from Parkinson have a shorter life expectancy and can it be hereditary also?
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To suffer with Parkinson's disease is neither hereditary nor fatal, but simply incurable. Your father suffering since the age of 28 is highly unusual, and he must be under a specialist. You must talk to your father and specialist and get your concerns and questions answered. There are new drugs out and your father is still young enough to benefit from them. Take care and very good luck to you both.
Anonymous User - Dec 2, 2012 at 11:14 PM
dopamine is helpful but not a cure, a young 40 year old lady takes coconut oil spoonful daily and finds effective
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