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Roses

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    Eastern Europe
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    Christianity, politics, football, basketball, the Dakar rally

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  1. Roses

    Tremors only -- could it be YOPD?

    Thank you!!!!!!
  2. Did you have an appointment on Jan 4? How did it go? All the best to you!
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    Tremors only -- could it be YOPD?

    Waruna01, Thanks for your reply and advice!!! I certainly need to start exercising... I know that. I used to exercise in the past, but that was quite long ago. Now I only used to go for walks in a nearby park last summer and early autumn. The best of luck to you, may God bless you.
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    Tremors only -- could it be YOPD?

    Afroney, Thanks a lot for your response!!! Stay strong and enjoy your life one day at a time. God bless you.
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    Tremors only -- could it be YOPD?

    Swva, Thanks for your reply and encouragement!!! The best of health to you and your wife, celebrate your lives, as Adam says... God is faithful and will provide everything you need. Will keep everyone posted.
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    Tremors only -- could it be YOPD?

    Adam, Thanks a million for your encouraging and inspiring reply! Yes, indeed... The whole concept of "meant to be" is very reassuring... I will meditate on this for a while... It's similar to believing that God has a plan for each one's life... We have to believe that and not give up, and more than that, we have to celebrate our lives every day, as you say... Thanks again. Have a blessed weekend!
  7. Roses

    forming and keeping relationships

    Stay strong! You can only do so much. Do what you are able to do in those situations and what you consider right. Life will be the way it is meant to be. You will be fine. I wish you a better year ahead!
  8. Roses

    Loving Parent

    Hang in there! You are a wonderful mother. God will not leave your family in this situation without solutions. You might want to explore a little bit about an American quadriplegic woman Joni Eareckson Tada who became disabled at age 17 and has been in a wheelchair for 50 years. She overcame her initial depression and has been helping other people with disabilities. She is married and her husband is very supportive. Take care.
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    Tremors only -- could it be YOPD?

    Thank you so much Adam, Waruna, Afroney, Swva, Chuck and Dianne! I will say once again -- this is such a nice community here! As I await my appointment with the neurologist in Feb, now I am anxious even more, so my tremor is worse, especially in the chest. I will keep you posted. In the meantime, I will drop by here from time to time. I am a Christian, and the faith helps to a certain degree, but sometimes anxiety takes it over. I am not married and have no children, I live with my mother. I have a boyfriend, we have been considering marriage, he is very nice, but if I am diagnosed with something serious, I am not sure how he would respond. I am afraid that after my mom's death I will be on my own, lonely and disabled. May God bless all of you!
  10. Hello Dear All, I found your forum yesterday and read a number of posts. You seem to be a very nice and supportive group here! :)) I am a 45 y.o. female from Eastern Europe. I have not been diagnosed with PD yet, but who knows... I have a 10-year history of mental illness and was taking antipsychotics and antidepresants for about 8-9 years. Currently, I am only on an antidepresant. I have a history of depression and anxiety. Last year was especially difficult for me -- I had elevated anxiety for the major part of the year. Sometimes, I would have heart palpitations, sweat and tremble all over. I think I had trembling hands for a number of years now, but it wasn't as pronounced. In recent months, I have noticed that my hands are trembling visibly -- both are, but the right one trembles a little more (in a way, this trembling reminds of twitching fingers, but there is no "pill-rolling"). I also noticed tremor in my legs and in the chest. I have no other symptoms. Today, I had an appointment with a family doctor and was referred to a neurologist, but I will have to wait until 8 February. Could those be symptoms of YOPD or maybe MS? Would be very grateful for your ideas.
  11. I am a 45 y.o. female from Eastern Europe, I am a new member here. I have a 10-year history of mental illness and was taking antipsychotics and antidepresants for about 8-9 years. Currently, I am only on an antidepresant. I have a history of depression and anxiety. Last year was especially difficult for me -- I had elevated anxiety for the major part of the year. Sometimes, I would have heart palpitations, sweat and tremble all over. I think I had trembling hands for a number of years now, but it wasn't as pronounced. In recent months, I have noticed that my hands are trembling visibly -- both are, but the right one trembles a little more (in a way, this trembling reminds of twitching fingers, but there is no "pill-rolling"). I also noticed tremor in both of my legs and in the chest. I have no other symptoms. Today, I had an appointment with a family doctor and was referred to a neurologist, but I will have to wait until 8 February. Could those be symptoms of YOPD or maybe MS? Would be very grateful for your reply.
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