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It is common for Parkinson’s Disease patients to feel weak. They frequently describe their legs as feeling, “like they’re made out of lead,” “like they’re in concrete.” But they will also feel weak all over, or describe weakness in their hands or arms.What are the stages of Parkinson's disease?
Stages of Symptoms in Parkinson's Disease. Stage three Body movements are slow, and balance is impaired. Stage four Symptoms are severe and disabling, muscles become rigid, the patient can't live alone, and walking is limited. Stage five Wheelchair-bound or bedridden, the patient needs constant care.What causes leg tenderness in one leg only?
Depending on the cause, leg pain can occur in one leg only or in both legs. Typically, the leg pain is a result of tissue inflammation that is caused by injury or disease. Either injury or chronic disease can cause inflammation to any of the tissues of the leg and lead to leg pain.