I am new to this chat so tred lightly. I am an RN who was diagnosed with PD about 5 yrs ago. The medicine made me sick to my stomach so I stopped taking it. I have been mostly fine up till recently. I am now experiencing difficulty talking, swallowing and frequently fall down. I am getting forgetful especially when I want to remember something and can't recall the names of simple things such as: toothpaste, keys, etc. I have always been a good speller but i have made over 6 mistakes that I have corrected. My Dr called it "Dystonia" as I am shaking so much I can barely write my name. I am going to a neurologist very soon and am wondering how to tell him all this as I cannot speak w/o stuttering. If I get the PD meds back how can I tolerate them? Anybody else with this problem or simular please help.View Thread
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