My mother has PD (going on 10 years). She is nearly 90 and still somewhat ambulatory, with effort and full time assistance. She is being treated with Sinemet. She is followed closely by several doctors. She is bothered quite a bit by hi-lo fluctuations in bp, recently feeling several pre-sycope episodes, and has either a neurogenic or irritative bladder cycle with 'borderline' recurrent UTIs which are usually treated with 7 day stints of antibiotics. The symptoms all seem to be concurrent and end up with quick trips to the ER and no real conclusions. She is still smart and alert, with ER docs impressed by her communicative and mental ability. Is there a medication to ameliorate her symptoms or break this cycle she is in (she is taking Urex for bladder). I noticed a response left by you that someone can send a more private note to you? how can i do this?View Thread
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