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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • December 25, 2010
  • 11:12 AM

Was diagnosed with Parkinson's in Nov 2008. Symtoms were very nomimal until about three months ago.
Suddeenly these symtoms really escalated; my balance is so bad a need a walker, my speach is very impaired and my vision blury, I don't feel much like eating or drinking. I am also very unsure what meds to take. I am presently taking 2 200/50 sinemets and one Comtan every 3-4 hours and they start wearing off after three hours. Am I taking too much? Could I be alergic to sinemet? Should I be taking something else? I desperately need to see a neurologist but have to wait three more months. I live in Edmonton, alberta, Canada. Anybody with any ideas? Is there a neurologist who could give me some answers and might even be willing to see me ASAP? Thanks for reading my desperate plea

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