Ed I agree with Candi. A new medicine may be the solution. I am on a driving restriction for at least another 5 weeks so I know that frustration. I hope that your doctor can help you through this. I just recently had to change my neurologist because things that did pertain to my old medicine I was on that he prescribed causing my sodium to go low was "not in his area" so now that I got a copy of my medical records and changed doctors I got a solution. I hope all works out for you soon.
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