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    Painful Legs and Moving Toes Syndrome
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    kmaze001 posted:
    I was recently diagnosed with PLMT, which is a disorder quite separate and distinct from Parkinson's. However, I did see a discussion thread in this forum, and I would like to let you know that I have started a PLMT community here on the WebMD site. This is such a rare condition, I would love to be able to talk to others who understand, and together we can support one another. If you think you may have this condition, won't you share your story and join the PLMT community?
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    upnorth5 responded:
    What is PLMT? Please explain. I have Parkinson's and have a lot of trouble with my legs.


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