About Me: Male, 57, battle creek, MI, member since Jan 2010
I was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease about two years ago and am in stage 3-3.5/ My Neurologist is referring me to either University of Michigan or Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, MI to see if i am a candidate for deep brain stimulation surgery. I enjoy anything outd
[More]oors especially walking my Basset Hound Checkers.
"I was diagnosed with Young Onset Parkinson's Disease about 2 years ago, although I believe I have had the disease about 5 years. I am 49 years old and am currently taking 5-Sinemet CR 50/250mg, 1-Azilect 1mg and 2-4 Parcopa 25/100mg dail..."
"I am 49 years old and was diagnosed with YOPD about two years ago, although I believe I have had the disease around five years. My Neurologist thought I had Parkinson's so he put my on a two week trial of the Parkinson's medication Requi..."
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