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    Dr. Stacy - Were are you??? I hope you read this post!!!
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    njladyluck posted:
    I just wanted to tell you that I was taking Azilect and I was so dizzy every morning. I carried my bottle of water for the low BP and that helped but it just lightened the BP and not relieved it totally. In the morning I commute under the Hudson River go into Penn Station NY and then up out off of the tracks then steps to the subway platform then down into the subway tunnels then I climb 68 steps to top of subway stop where I get off. I thought it might be all the going and coming. I was on vacation this year and I noticed that I didn't have the dizziness when on vacation so it had to be the going up and down out of the tunnels and stations. I switched my Azilect to night time and it seems to be working no dizziness in the morning. Just wanted to let you know.

    Hope everything is well with you!!!


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