So you wish to continue the discussion! all I said was your story changes. The following are your posts.
3 yrs ago you wrote:
I was prescribed a single medication, back in 1992, when I was first diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. That was the only medication I took for ten years. I now no longer need to take any Pd medication at all. This is unheard of! At least, I don't know of anybody else having had this experience!
5 years ago you wrote:
... in 1992, when I started to shuffle, ..... a neurologist prescribed a monotherapy of eldepril. At that stage I stopped taking all the other drugs I had been taking, for all the previous symptoms.
Other than doing regular energetic exercise and getting rid of the major causes of stress in my life, I only took Eldepryl, except for three months in 2002, when my neurlogist said I should start taking sinamet.
Because I had got most of my movement symptoms under control, at that time, and because the sinamet did nothing for me, I stopped taking it, after three months. I also stopped going to that neurologist, or any others, since then, for my Pd.”
As you know, I was only ever prescribed an MAO-b inhitor, other than for 3 months, when I took sinamet.
Now since meeting Doidge you have been told by him that your notes show you were on other medications for two years. You dont remember this and You have not seen your notes to verify this.
There is no need for this discussion to continue on your meds taking. It is yet another diversion ( you missed your calling John, you should have been a politician)
Again - you are misinformed re your comments on sinemet and I do acknowlege you asked forgiveness if you are wrong.
I was wrong to write that you had no experience of taking ldopa meds. I acknowledge you have had a little.