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    Anon_121162 posted:
    I've been treated for PD for 12 years and I suffer from some severe dyskinesia, My doctor took me off the comtan cold turkey and reduced my sinimet by about 1/5 . The dyskinisisa disappeared but my life is a living hell, I'm immoble 18 hours a day, can barely make it to the baathrom. U think the meds should be tweaked a little more gently, any advice?
    atti_editor responded:

    Just wanted to check in and see how you are doing. If you haven't already, your question would be a good thing to speak with your doctor about. He/she needs to know how your medication is affecting you and should be able to work with you to find a level that works.

    Best wishes,
    sparky1109 replied to atti_editor's response:
    My next appointment with my doctor is in June, however with the onset of milder weather and effect of withdrawal of the drug I'm feeling much better now.
    atti_editor replied to sparky1109's response:
    I'm glad to hear that you are feeling better!

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