Hello. My name is Jese. I was diagnosed 10.2017 with Parkinson’s. I had been dealing with symptoms of extreme fatigue, balance problems, tiredness and dystonia on my right foot for almost 7 years and going back and forth with neurologists until I finally got my 4th diagnosis and began Carbidopa the same day with a great reaction to the medication. I will be 40 this month. I feel great and have read that medication will not work the same as the symptoms of Parkinson’s increase. I’ve heard of Zandopa 4 years ago. I’d like to know if it’s ok to start taking it or what the best approach is since I’m doing great with the Carbidopa?
Hello: Hello. My name is Jese. I was... - Parkinson's Movement
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