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My husband's neurologist just prescribed the Inbrijia inhaler to help with "off" times. He was taking the Apokyn injection as needed but it caused orthostatic hypotension (low blood pressure) and it he passed out (Apoykyn is not like levodopa but similar to Miralax). Inbrijia is a levodopa powder that goes into a rescue inhaler for those bad "off" times. He hasn't started it yet but was wondering if anyone has had experience with this new medication. Thanks.
Hello - is anyone on the Apokyn injection program? My husband is supposed to start it this week Apokyn is an injection medication that can be used up to 5 times a day for bad off times. It gives quick and short term relief similar to an inhaler. My husband's dr has also prescribed Tigan (trimethobenzamide) to start 3 days before the Apokyn for relief of nausea, a side effect of Apokyn. Of course, my husband has a lot of anxiety about… read more
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