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parkinsonism in 20s symptoms

Hi all, try to keep this short.

As of late I've been having some symptoms of parkinsonism, not like full-blown Parkinson's, that would be basically unheard of at my age, more like a mild case. Tremors, stiffness, anhedonia (mentioned before in another post) and slight gait, dexterity and posture issues. I've had this before, but not like this, and I think it's dopamine related, and once again this goes back to my other post.

Wondering if I should be concerned, and what to do about it? Thanks.
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You should see a neurologist for further evaluation and management.
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