I have been diagnosed with a mild diffuse cerebellar atrophy as per the MRI that i took.As per the mri findings both cerebral hemispheres and brainstem are normal, sella, pitutary gland, parasellar regions are normal and all the other observation are normal except that mild diffuse cerebellar atrophy is seen with cerebellar sulci widened. My doctor and neuralogist say that there is no cure for this disease. I want to ask you whether any kind of treatment for my condition? I am 38 years old, able to perform all my basic duties but off late finding difficulty in maintaining my balance, saliva drooping quite regularly, finding little difficulty in speaking and writing as the time progressing. I want to know is there any treatment for this in allopathy ? What will happen a sthe time passess say down the line one year ?
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