Hi, I am Trishea. I was just diagnosed with PD. I have had tremors for quite awhile, but when I started drooling I decided to see my doc. She said it was PD and put me on Senimet. Today, I had a very strange side effect. I wasn't just dizzy--it felt like all the blood in my brain drained out. I would have collapsed, but daughters caught me. I didn't lose consciousness, but felt very tired. Anyone using this drug and having the same problem or different side effects? I read that CoQ10 helps PD. I am going to do some research and I will keep you informed.View Thread
Hi, I didn't know PD causes back pain? I have scoliosis and spinal stenosis. I have tried injections and pain meds. I am now doing spinal decompression. It does help with my pain. I also take 2,000 mgs turmeric and 1,000 mgs ginger. It makes my back pain manageable if I don't overdo things. TrisheaView Thread
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