My loved one has been taking Selegiline for two years, as an add-on to Sinemet. Recently his neurologist prescribed Lexapro. He took it for a week and was not doing well at all. I Googled the two meds and they seem to interact badly with one another. Has anyone else taken both? I don't know why a movement disorder specialist would prescribe both if they are contraindicated.
Ask your pharmacist about the interactions and if they their is a problem, call your doctor ASAP.
Is it better than other forms of Segeline. And is anybody trying a supplement based program
So true! A reminder that many supplements have ingredients that may cause interactions. Supplements do not always meet the same standard scrutiny that medications that are examined and researched… read more
I have fallen a couple of times. I get no warning. Instead; I get pressure in my forehead, then I faint/black out then come to when I'm on the ground. Does this happen to anybody else?
If you're blacking out, it could by orthostatic hypotension. Talk to your doctor.
L Deprenyl Citrate. Is it better than other forms of Segeline. And is anybody trying a supplement based program
All our doctors tell us u won’t die FROM Parkinson’s, but u will die WITH Parkinson’s. Then how can there be an end stage? Pretty sure we’re about there. I’ve read everything I can find on Parkinson’s and know symptoms of all stages. Just wondering 💭?
My husband with Parkinson's was put in a nursing home by his son and the nursing home will not let him get out of a lounge type chair except to use the bathroom. What should I do.
If you’re his wife, you should be Abe to overrule his son. From a medical perspective putting him, and leaving him in a chair is the worst thing they can do for