Supposedly coming out in 2017 is something new for the "on-off" symptoms we experience with PD. Has anyone heard of it? Research is being done by Dr. Robert Hauser of the University of South Florida. The new treatment could provide relief to people who wake up experiencing slowness and stiffness, Anyone interested there is a clinical trial in Tampa at the USF Health Byrd Parkinsons Disease and Movement Disorders Center. Thought this was worth looking into.
no I don't sorry. Bean
My neurologist prescribed selegiline (Zelapar) on my latest visit. I have read about side effects (dizziness, nausea, headache), but I feel like people's tales are typically better to understand what to expect than a summary of those side effects. I am hesitating on this since it would be my first medication for Parkinson's. I'm not on levodopa, but taking mucuna pruriens (supplement).
My husband was prescribed that on his second or third visit to his neurologist. He was also taking c/l. It didn't seem to make any difference for him, so given the possible side effects he stopped… read more
Has anyone taking Carbidopa Levodopa found a medication that helps relieve or shorten the symptoms of a cold or the flu and is safe to take with Carbidopa Levodopa?
I don't use any MAO inhibitors but I use (and this may be an old wives tale) a dab of Polysporin in my nose every night year-round. I haven't had a cold in several years!
I have not actually taken it yet. It's supposed to help the rigidity and freezing.
Have you tried it yet?
Hello everyone. Thank you so much for giving me so much information and suggestions on dystonia. I think I found a doc but cant get in until April which for me seems a lifetime away. I have another question....Azilect. For what purpose is it used. Is it like cabo.leva or does it have other properties? Are there dietary restriction with this treatmen? Is it working well for you. Thanks for any info you can provide. Hope you are having a wonderful day and Gods Blessings to you all!!!