The last two weeks I have noticed a change in my husband's face and tongue. It is almost like his face is in a constant grimace and one side seems saggy. He can still move it around when I ask him to smile or frown etc. He says it feels different.
Also, his tongue and speech changed around the same time as his face. His tongue seems to roll around and his speech is slurring more and is softer. Again, he says his tongue feels funny but not numb or painful.
I have informed his doctor and she will see him next week. I was just wondering if this is another one of the parkinsonisms or symptoms of this horrible disease.