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You may want to ask your doctor about Amantadine. My wife takes this and it controls her dyskensia about 80% of the time. It does have its side effects.
My wife has been very lucky in communicating with her neurologist via email. She will only email him in the event that there has been a change in her condition, usually as a result of the medication she takes.
Hi Geraldine: When I visit my wife’s neurologist with her I make sure we have a short diary of any changes in her condition. It is essential that you are pro-active. If you don’t inform the neurologist of any changes, he or she does not know and consequently will not be adjusting medications or suggesting various treatments. If possible, bring…[Read more]
Here is something I am sure will interest most of you that I received from my contact at Parkinson’s Canada. This gives you a very extensive review of all of the new medications that are in the pipeline for 2019. It is not restricted only to Canada but world-wide.
My wife has been attending Laughter Yoga, chair Yoga and sound Meditation and has found all three to be very helpful.
If you haven’t tried these sessions, give it a whirl.
Thanks Jean. My wife, who has PD, are quite active with some of our Canadian PD institutions such as Parkinson’s Canada and the Montreal Neurological Institute. If you wish I can share with you and others a very comprehensive report on the newest medications in the pipeline that we received from Parkinson’s Canada. I would like to know more about…[Read more]
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