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controlled yes. But Be aware of having all that dopamine in your system because your impulse control will be greatly reduced. Which is not bad, but combined with other stressful life events could do a… read more
Hi, did u have increased dyskinesias, being on Ongentys? (it's a side affect) and if so, how are you handling them? My doctor said, if I can, lower my daily Rytary by 95 mg per dose. I tried that… read more
Hi yes I am no on.Neupro patches? They are as quite good I am now on 6 mg patches I have been in hospital with pneumonia but when I got into hospital I was on 2 mg patches and I thought that I would… read more
I'm on 2 mg tried to up it to 4 mg but as i said it made me worse panic attacks etc .so doc put me back to 2mg and upped my madopar dont really know if its doing any good its swings and round abouts… read more
I need some answers please if you can. 1. I am gaining weight so bad my stomach is getting so bloated I HATE it. Dr. Said it is a side affect. It is making me so depressed I started walking on my treadmill. 2.. I shake my arms cause they feel numb. 3. I have face tremors and it's embarrassing to talk to anyone when I'm out. I'm sorry for all the questions but hoping others have these things happening to so im not going crazy. My epilepsy is on my memory side so I don't know if I'm coming or… read more
My sister was on NeuPro patches for a couple years. We stopped them because of so much skin irritation. After a few days off the patches, I noticed that her rather severe tremors had stopped. Nausea also stopped. Has anyone else experienced this???
My wife was on Madopar but due to swallowing problems it was changed to Neupro patch. She was OK with it. After a while and some consultations her neurologist suggested to put her back on Madopar in… read more
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