Hello everyone. I'm a 45 years old dad with 2 lovely daughters aged 16 and 13. My grandmother had weak legs and was immobile around the age of 55-65. My mom had the same problem. They were both quite big so most of us thought that was the reason for their weak legs and they were never diagnosed sadly. My mom passed on at the age of 68 but she had other complications as well like kidney failure and diabetes. I noticed some weakness in my legs maybe a couple of years ago and it got slightly worse the past 6 months. Did a complete medical check up and everything was fine but was asked to see a neurologist for my weak muscles. He then ordered an MRI. The findings revealed a mild atrophy of the cerebellum and brainstem, associated with prominence of 4th ventricle. Faint linear hypertensity is seen in midline of pons. Findings may suggest underlying spinocerebellar ataxia. My only problem is my balance and touch wood nothing else. Anyone else with similar experience. At this point of time my main worry are my girls. Thank you for reading my long post.