Ammonia increased is found among people with Parkinson's disease, especially for people who are male, 60+ old, take medication Requip and have Parkinson's disease. We study 9 people who have Ammonia increased and Parkinson's disease from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Parkinson's disease can be treated by Sinemet, Azilect, Carbidopa and levodopa, Mirapex, Sinemet cr (latest reports from 23,021 Parkinson's disease patients)
Ammonia increased has been reported by people with mental status changes, weight increased, antinuclear antibody increased, muscle spasms, depression (latest reports from 2,853 Ammonia increased patients).
On Jul, 24, 2016
9 people who have Parkinson'S Disease and Ammonia Increased are studied.
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I have insomnia I have tried everything I wont name them all. Xanax is the only one that lets me fall asleep. I alsobtake GABA a natural chemical producted in the brain. I have hepatic encepolapathy and would like to break the xanax habit but, I am a bit concerned for several reason number one being the ammonia production that can bring on a hepatic attack.
Who can steer me to a report on research into which cannabis strains work best, dose, form and how to injest? Separate issue, if cannabis does have beneficial effects, what side effects can be expected? Where and how to legally source MJ and how to find the best strains for PD? Would like ...
I have insomnia I have tried everything I wont name them all. Xanax is the only one that lets me fall asleep. I alsobtake GABA a natural chemical producted in the brain. I have hepatic encepolapathy and would like to break the xanax habit but, I am a bit concerned for several reason number one ...
Have Been on Velcade & dex 25 mg. for 6 months. Also have zometa infusion monthly. Am experiencing hands & legs shaking. Have had 2 spine surgeries in this same time frame. Walk with walker concerned about falling.
My mom may have this.we have searched for weeks trying to find answers. Ct scan and other test shows nothing wrong. She's has Parkinson's for 10 years and have been able to live independent. But now in the last 3 weeks gets excessive unexplained gas and short of breathe and can't pass bowels ...
HOLA. I'M ACTIVE AND TRYING NOT TO SURRENDER. ACTUALLY CONSTRUCTING A COMUNITARIAN MUSEUM IN THE STREETS OF A POULAR NEIGHBORHOOD. WANT TO KNOW ABOUT YOUR EXPERIENCES TAKING DICLOFENACO. OF COURSE GOT PARKINSONISM.
When my Sinemet starts to wear off, I feel like I'm dying. VERY weak, light-headed, shaky, nervous. Lasts for an average of 2 hours 1-3 time a day. Don't know how much more of this I can take. It been about 3 years, with no hope for a cure, anytime soon. How do you handle your "off time" ...
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