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    An_266644 posted:
    my mom is stage 5 pd she has recently started hallucinating, she think people are in the house trying to hurt her or steal from her.. getting worse .. just wondering if this is common for stage 5??
    editor_morgan responded:
    Hi there and thanks for posting,

    It must be extremely hard for you to witness your mother go through this. My thoughts are with you. *hugs*

    Here is information about hallucinations as it relates to Parkinson's on WebMD. I think that you will find it very useful.

    Description of the stages of Parkinson's Disease:

    Parkinson's Disease & Mental Health: (**It says here that hallucinations delusions, and paranoia are possible complications of Parkinson's Disease**)

    In addition, here is information about hallucinations from the National Parkinson's Foundation:

    Considering these resources, it does seem that hallucinations/delusions/paranoia are complications that many people with Parkinson's Disease experience.

    I hope this helps!

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