Approximately 3 months ago, I experienced severe hallucinations hypothesized to be associated with an urinary tract infection, I had a second less pronounced episode of hallucinations about 6 weeks ago, also associated with a UTI. My neurologist prescribed Nuplazid, the only medication approved for the prevention and treatment of Parkinson's related hallucinations.
I have had no significant hallucinations since then. However, it is difficult to determine if the decrease is a direct effect of… read more
Hello, husband was experienced hallucinations, due to side effect of Mir-apex 3.00MG pill. Hallucinations were against me, seeing me having conversations in the middle of the night with a man. He kept waking me up and steering at me with a very deep look, that frightened me so much. Has anyone experienced something similar? and what to do?
my mother has days during which she has continuous delusions throughout the day. Sometimes it is the same delusion just brought up multiple times during the day. I understand paranoid type delusions can be a part of parkinsons but her delusions are not like that. She just thinks things are happening that really are not, such as someone having a baby, or someone losing their job, or thinking people are coming over or we are going somewhere when we're really not. Does anyone else have loved… read more
My mother was diagnosed with Parkinsonism in 2013. Since around April, she's suffered from increased cognitive problems (e.g., delusional episodes and vague hallucinations). Her neurological treatment team has prescribed Nuplazid but she's reluctant to take it because of its higher mortality risk and lack of a track record. Unfortunately, she has these psychotic episodes every few days and I do a poor job handling them. What should I do?
My husband was recently at a new neurologist who thinks he has either Parkinson's plus or Lewy body dementia. He has Parkinsonisms, (tremors in his right hand but nothing with balance and not many other Parkinson's symptoms) He prescribed Nuplazid for the delusions. Anyone have any insight?
Have you clicked on the 'blue' hyperlink in your message? The drug is explained quite well. How a drug affects your husband may be a bit different than others. Get a second opinion from another doctor… read more
Talk to your Dr about Nuplazid.
I was diagnosed over 1 year ago. 65 years old. Take Carbodopa Levadopa. And Rasputin.
__. They are fairly mild but becoming more frequent...such as seeing my dog stand straight up and a mouse climb my wall. It's scary.My memory is slipping too. I do feel scared.