Can anyone let me know if a day of twitches and not knowing your surroundings or family is common to the disease.
This is the first time we have experienced it at home and do not know if a infection or dehydration is to blame which it has in the past. We are hoping we do not have to go to hospital.
Any form of muscle twitches is of course common to Parkinson's. Losing orientation of your surroundings or family can occur from it in its advanced stages. However, as this suddenly occured since there may be an outside cause making the medication stop functioning as it should best to follow up with your doctor so they can determine the cause as it may be entirely seperate.
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