Hello I was given this drug about a year ago to help me with an inner ear infection (because i was suffering from dizzyness. This drug changed my life, it made me feel happy and alive and made me do things i normly wouldn't do (socialise a lot more, go on my exercise bike). I explained all this to my GP but she said that she could not prescribe it long term because it can causes parkinsons disease if taken long term later in life. I came off it and for the past year ive missed it but last week my ear infection came back and she gave me some more! I'm having a great week this week but I know I will have to come off it again soon. I'm thinking of going to my epilepsy specialist (because i suffer from epilepsy) and explaining it to him see if he can give it me long term because it also helps with my fits (reduces them) hope his helpsView Thread
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