a teenage girl has some shaking in her fingers often, and she has been a little constipated all week. Her skin is little rough and flaky. From these observations, does she have parkinson's disease? explain your answer.

I'm not exactly sure, but i think the answer is yes. help?

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asked by Brenda

    Let us know what you think.

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    posted by Writeacher
  2. i had searched the subject on google, and some of the symptoms match. my concern is her age. that is why i'm not sure. HELP!

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    posted by Brenda
  3. She probably does not have Parkinson's. It's very rare for a teenager to get this disease.

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  4. could it be possible that these are early signs of the disease?

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    posted by Brenda
  5. According to the website I posted, it's almost unheard of for teens to have this disease.

    If you're worried about a teenager who displays these symptoms, the only course of action is for her to see a doctor.

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  6. ok thank you

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    posted by Brenda
  7. You're welcome.

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