My schedule of meds

I was prescribe w/PD in 2010 and all know the sin toms that we experience, im taking 4 times a day CARDIDOPA.LEVADOPA 1 tab every morning AMANTADINE, and at lunch 1 tab of BENZTROPINE for stiffness unti my wife found that CO cures PD I just started and my question is shall i still take the meds with the dosis of 2 spoons of CO every morning until i get better?

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  • What is CO?

  • I think it is Coconut Oil ?

  • Hoe is your expirience with PD?

  • Unfortunately coconut oil will not cure PD. So far, nothing has been verified as a cure for PD. You can certainly try coconut oil, but please do not stop taking your medications. So far, the only non-medical interventions that have been shown to mitigate PD symptoms are various forms of exercise: cycling, dance, tai chi. You may experience a placebo effect from coconut oil but I shudder to think of how your body would react from stopping your medications. All the best.

  • DON'T SHUTTER--YOU NEVER KNOW --NEVER SAY NO TO ANYTHING -- YOU NEVER KNOW WITH THIS THING----OKAY ?

    JUST SAYIN' TO ALWAYS STAY OPEN--THE CURE IS COMING!!

  • I'M A POSITIVE PERSON AND I HAVE THE FAITH THAT THE CURE WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR SURE

  • I meant to take CO but not stop my Meds

  • Never stop taking your meds without medical advice. There can be some serious health risks if you do things wrong.

    Before believing that coconut oil cures Parkinson's I want to see some scientific data on datscans before and after a course of it. It might help the symptoms but will not cure you.

  • I won't soup I'm us to my meds do you have this condition

  • I will not stope they help me a lot

  • I hate to tell you but coconut oil will NOT cure Parkinsons! Nothing will! But, after reading about the oils on here, we are going to add it to our diet. My husband was diagnosed in 2008 at 56 yrs. old. He is on the nupro patch, stelevo, azilect, and had the Deep Brain Stimulation a year ago. Its still a devastating disease and tough on a marriage (even of 38 years).

  • Hi Empty I'm 63 and still kiken my wife give the option to take CO becouse her sister took it and the PD desapir

  • Hi Empty I'm 63 and still kiken my wife give the option to take CO becouse her sister took it and the PD desapir

  • First of all congrat on your marriage I'm going for my 30th and still alive, how ever my wife insist to do the DBS and my Neurologist says that i'm still not a candidate for this procedure, how does your husband react to this issue DBS?

  • I'm sorry to be so slow in responding. New to the site and didn't notice my posting had been replied to. Thanks for the congrats on the 38 years but these are sure not the "early" retirement years we had anticipated. We have always been given an "above-average" rating on the enjoyment of our marriage but in the recent past - I was ready to empty one of our rental houses and stay there myself!

    Anybody else have problems with paranoia. My husband (understandably so), has really had issues with insecurity, fear of my leaving him, accusing me of no longer loving him and (not to get too gushy here) and stuff of this nature that appalls me and is so undeserved. I need to find a site for spouses and caregivers I think.

    Why does your neuro say you are not a candidate? Are you doing too well as it is? They also say that patients with tremors tend to see better results. We go back for about the 5th "tweak" since he had the surgery a year ago on Dec. 15th. Neither of us is thrilled with the results at all. Not sure he is any better than he was when just on meds.

    We were VERY excited and the worse part of the DBS was the days before a procedure when he had to come off his MEDS ENTIRELY! Wow, now that makes water-boarding look like wake-boarding!

  • Hi Wes I'm open to all methods as long as there being prove by science, however I like your comments to this HealthUnlocked site, tel me do you fell better with CO because i just begging trying it lets see how it helps me this option for my PC keep in touch

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