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Parkinson's medication failure
Bobbkb0640i posted:
I was diagnosed with PD 14 years ago. I had a DBS implanted in 2008. Now I have many stomach problems, have been in the hospital multiple times with painfully bloated stomach and pressure in my head. I have had so many scans that I should glow I the dark, with no resolution. Now I wake up every morning at 3:30, so locked up that i have to be helped out of the bed and then I can't go back to sleep. My entire body "freezes" and I feel like I've had a stroke. My face and mouth are so rigid that I can't talk. Has anyone else had this experience? If so, how did you resolve it?

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