weak,he no swing in his arms his hand writing became very small,he took everything seriously.I found living with him difficult and at times I wanted to leave he was still working ,he was 56 years of age. he had been to the doctor about his weakness of his legs, but nothing was found. his work mates reported his change to the work nurse he sent him back to the doctor he had a CT scan nothing was found.went off to another doctor he diagnosed parkinson;s after some visits to a neurologist he was told it was psp he retired at 56,he is now in the last stages of this disease he is high care we have him still at home his eyes are closed he can``t speak he groans often,he is incontinent with both. he has to be fed ,but likes to eat some of his food buy him self ,example today we had our sunday roast so he ate his potato,carrots pumpkin and broccoli with his hands it takes him forever, just sitting frozen like for ages but if i try to take it from him he wont let go ,his mind is still ok watching the cricket ,sorry English people! we have to use a wheel chair all the time ,his symptoms are nearly like motor neuron disease totaly disabled.but to sum it all up i''m glad i''m able to look after him he was a good father and husband .
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