My husband who is age 38 and up until March this year was a healthy, fit, active, strong man has been suffering from dystonia in his left hand, balance and coordination problems, stammering and struggling to find words. He has had an MRI which was normal so they have ruled out tumour, stroke and MS but Dopa Responsive Dystonia and Parkinson's were mentioned and he was prescribed Levodopa but his response to it has been disappointing and they have twice increased his dose but with only a moderate response. This morning when he got up his fingers were twisted as bad as ever and his wrist was also turning.
I have read that CBD often starts with a limb problem and doesn't respond well to Levodopa and I'm now terrified that it could be this. He has been lucky and managed to get an appointment with his neurologist this morning. What other tests should he be asking for?