My father is 77 years old, has no diabetes, but due to a wrong diagnostic report doctor has given diabetic pill and he used for around 8 months, but when we have gone for pre and post diabetic test it is found that he has no sugar. And doctor has advised to stop the pill. But today another doctor said because of the use of the diabetic pill he is facing neuro problem and can be corrected. Last Feb my father was told he is having Parkinson Disease, but the doctor with whom I spoke today told that he is not having parkinson Disease. Is it true, if so please guide me. Thanks in advance.
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Get his HbA1C test done to confirm if he is a diabetic. Patkinsons can. Be diagnosed with history, need to know what are his symptoms and complaints to confirm if he has Parkinson's or not.
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