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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 is the prognosis for Parkinsons Disease?
Most people who have Parkinson’s live a normal to a nearly normal lifespan, but the disease can be life changing. For some people, treatment keeps the symptoms at bay, and they're mostly mild. For others, the disease is much more serious and really limits what you're able to do.How long do people live with Parkinson's?
Individuals with PD have a somewhat shorter life span compared to healthy individuals of the same age group. Patients usually begin developing the disease around age 60, and many live between 10 and 20 years after being diagnosed. However, a patient’s current age and general health status factor into the accuracy of this estimate.