My husband woke up today and for the first time had trouble co-ordinating body movements. It began with him struggling to shave, he said everything was 'back to front and that when he wanted his hand to go one direction it was going the other. At first I thought it might be the looking in the mirror to shave that was confusing him, however his feeling of things being back to front, or a little askew have continued. In particular he seemed to be having trouble understanding what his feet should be doing when looking a them - though he moves quite ok when not concentrating / looking at his feet. He has also tried explaining how things around him look different, but I am not sure in what way exactly as he often struggles to find the right words. It's basically that nothing quite looks right, whether his feet or the walls, doors, furniture. Fortunately the floor still looks ok to him (I think it has helped that over the past couple of years I have tried to bring all the floor coverings into something plain and continuous, having read at the start of his diagnoses that different floor coverings can cause confusion when moving room to room). In himself he is quite happy and thoroughly enjoying his day. I suppose I am just wondering if this is another one of those things that comes and goes - or if this altered perception of things around him (and part of him) is likely to stay now that he has reached this stage.