Can Parkinson cause memory loss and weakness in their muscles?

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I'm 58 my oldest brother died of Parkinson's they claimed he was having mini strokes time and time again and began not to speak at all for myself trimers in my hands fingers locking in to spasms and also in feet memory loss every one is concerned with

Im a female

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When Parkinson’s disease patients are tested for strength, they are normal but they do fatigue easier. That is, with repeated muscle contractions they do lose force or feel weakness.

People with Parkinson’s disease also have tremors and may develop cognitive problems, including memory loss and dementia.