long story short...I have gotten conflicting diagnosis from 2 PD sepcilized neurologists and my uroligist and PMC doctor. One neurologist said I have parkinosums the other said PD. Both of my other doctors question the diagnosis. I have been taking amatadinde 3 x a day and 1 miripex at night for RLS for the last 90 days. Before that I was on miripex 3x a day for about 120 months. Thats when this all started.
Is it possible the specialists have it wrong or could I be in the denial phase. My tremors which were very slight have almost completely dissapeared. My left arm swing seems quite normal most of the time. The only other symptoms are central sleep apnea, RLS, REM/ RPD, and PLMD
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