Symptoms begin, on average, when an individual is in the early 60’s, but may start as early as in the 40’s. PSP is slightly more common in men than women, but it has no known geographical, occupational or racial preference.
Symptoms of progressive supranuclear palsy include:
– Loss of balance
– Changes in personality
– Weakness of eye movements, especially in the downward direction
– Weakened movements of the mouth, tongue and throat
– Slurred speech
– Difficulty swallowing
There are 688 people in the Progressive Supranuclear Palsy map
.This was my journey off PSP with my Husband it may be able to help some of you are new to this to let you know what PSP is all about..... I was my husbands carer,he was diagnosed with PSP in 2009 after 2 years of trying to find out what was wrong wi...
Unfortunately I am on here marking 2 diseases on the map one for my mother who suffers from Corticobasal Degeneration (CBD) and another for my 12 (almost 13) year old niece who has Cystic Fibrosis. My family have been through so much we lost dad...
My mom was diagnosed with CBD (Corticobasal Degeneration) in the summer of 2009 although some symptoms started showing as early as 2007 and finally died in August 2013. I have created a blog in Greek about the disease to try to inform other...
10 people with Progressive Supranuclear Palsy have taken the SF36 survey. Mean of Progressive Supranuclear Palsy is 810 points (23 %). Total score ranges from 0 to 3,600 being 0 the worst and 3,600 the best. Take the SF36 Survey