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Suffering with Parkinson's disease, prescribed syndopa, pramitrem. Are they effective?

as per dr. my wife is suffring from parkinson ,her activities is as follows:- slow movement(jurky),micro hand writting, slight speeking problem,right hand is not working normal,good appetite ,sleep well but in deep sleep hand & legs are shaking,her memorry is fine,she fell down many times.drs.provide:- Syndopa plus,Pramitrem0.25mg & S-celepra-10. I like to know the correct medicine for her improvement.
Asked On : Sat, 28 Jul 2012
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Geriatrics Specialist 's  Response
After going through the clinical history provided, I agree with the possible Parkinson diagnosis.
However, some movement disorder can present like this.
If the medicines prescribed is working, it confirms the diagnosis of Parkinson.
If you have started the medication, as a caretaker you can provide a feedback to the doctor. If required dosage can be increased or decreased or medication may be changed based on your review
I can confirm you that all these drugs are prescribed in Parkinson disease.
Any further queries, happy to help again.
Dr. Prakash HM
Answered: Sun, 6 Jul 2014
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