My mother has been falling backwards consistently for over 1 year now and doctors haven't found a medication to help her. My sibling and I are very concerned that one of her many falls will lead to something worse. Doctors say that she suffers from a form of Parkinson's Disease. They have given her 3 medications to try out but they have all given her side effects and has had to discontinue them. Could something else be wrong with her? She is 67 years old and has had controlled hypertention form many years. Her ONLY sympton are falling backwards and balance problems.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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