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Diet for vascular parkinsons

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I have parkinsons and have recently started medicstion of patches , no meds before , diagnosed jsn 2014. The nurse weighed me, I am underweight . I seem to have a better appetite nowa on patches. My ...

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What do you recommend for a woman who is 83 who has beginning stages of Parkinson s. Best medication, diet, exercise, etc. ...

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Hello Sir/Mam , My 64 year old Aunt recently got diagnosed by parkinsonism tremors AND rigidity on her right hand ,actually the right side of her body shows parkinsonism ,besides she is a diabetic ...

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that time begain most all Parkinson type symptoms. Checking the WEB found info Parkinson Foundation that matched my conditions Vascular PD. Visited PCP asked him said can't be. Blood pressure was running all ...

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what effect does Parkinson's have on sex? I am a 74 year old male and have been living w/ Parkinson ... actions that I can do/ diet or med's? Also what impact does becoming a " Gelding" have on ejaculation ...

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FORCE. (not a trust inspiring name!) I have Parkinson s Disease and when I asked my nuerologist he said a recently completed clinical trial did not bear out the theory that CoQ10 helped with Parkinson s symptoms ...

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sir, my father in law is having this disease for 1 year. he is taking syndopa ,relgin and parkitidine but now he is bed ridden. whenever he sits he goes in trans. now he takes only liquid diet ...

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Hello Dr. Weil, My husband has Parkinson s disease which started 6 years ago, now but doing quite ... care of his diet. Can he take your Juvenon pills, would they help him, especially with his memory ...

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How much experience have you had with patients that have Parkinson s? What can patients usually expect when diagnosed with Parkinson s? (activity and diet changes, progression of disease, life changes ...

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My mother was diagnosed with Dementia 2 and a half years ago. Vascular, due to 2 strokes. Lately ... symptoms, and she has 100% of the symptoms of Parkinsons. Everything listed, she has. Should I bring ...

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Hi Docs, My Father @ 79 years, is a Parkinson Patient rather identified about 4-5 years back, but ... had Parkinson also. In 2011 we got his both knee replacement surgery @ 77, which was very successful ...

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I consulted a Neurological Team (consisting of a Neurologist, a Vascular Specialist & a Neurological ... Polio Syndrome & Parkinson Disease. With Kind Regards Robert Moger ...

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My 76 year old grandfather has Parkinson s and the severity of the disease has increased in less ... vascular dementia? ...

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Parkinson s and severe neuropathy . Are these consistent with Malathion overexposure? Also I have never been overweight, had high blood pressure, eaten rich-food diets , etc, yet have been told I am prediabetic (high ...

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Hello, My 80 year old father have been diagnosis with Parkinson, and have been n great health ... the medicine. Is there anything I can do to also help my father condition, maybe his diet needs. Please advise ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

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Dear Friend. Young onset Parkinson's needs to be clearly diagnosed and drug induced Parkinson's and Parkinson plus needs to be ruled out. Ask in details.

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Thanks for asking in healthcaremagic forum In short: It is controllable Explanation: Till now with medications we can control the symptoms of parkinsonism. It is due to decreased dopamine in brain. So, it can be controlled. All the best.

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Treatment depends on severity. And in general a controllable disease. But you have to provide Me complete details for a better answer