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Review: could Carbidopa and levodopa cause Blood sugar levels (Glucose test)?

Summary: there is no Blood sugar levels reported by people who take Carbidopa and levodopa yet.

We study 2,274 people who have side effects while taking Carbidopa and levodopa from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, when they have Blood sugar levels and more.

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Carbidopa and levodopa

Carbidopa and levodopa has active ingredients of carbidopa; levodopa. It is often used in parkinson's disease. (latest outcomes from 2,478 Carbidopa and levodopa users)

Blood sugar levels

Blood sugar levels has been reported by people with high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, type 2 diabetes, hypothyroidism, fluid retention. (latest reports from 241 Blood sugar levels patients)

On Jan, 31, 2015: No report is found

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  • Can prolia cause parkinson?
    Parkinson appeared to my mother after few time since 1st. Injection of Prolia, 2 years ago had the 2d. These are the patologies she has, and the drugs she takes:
    - Bronchial asthma. - Hiatus hernia. Hashimoto -tiroiditis with hypo- and hyperthyroidism. - Bronchiectasis. - Nasal polyps. - Anxiety. - Neoplasia sigma (2012). I.Q. -- Prolapse uterino- - Cystocele grade II-III (2012). I.Q. - Fibroadenoma.
    Drugs:
    - Tranxilium
    - Sinemet plus
    - Omeprazol
    - Plusvent
    - Calcium sandoz
    - Eutirox
    - Prolia
  • How often is parkinson's disease confused with chronic lyme diseasse?
    Back in the early 1950s I had the joy and privilege of spending a couple of summers on Cape Cod. As a kid, a lot of that time was spent playing in the grove of poplar trees and bramble behind the house. I clearly remember numerous buried tics, some of which resulted in a circular ring around the tic sites, some with a rash.

    A year later some strange things began: high fever, life-long right-side tendency for tonsillitis, persistent 'mononucleosis', poor memory, low energy, and migraines which eventually became the scourge of my adult life. All that hidden under a blanket of high emotional stress caused by life-altering changes in the family.

    2010: diagnosed with well developed Parkinson's Disease (PD).
  • I have tried several meds for my rls. first i tried mirapex , then gabapentin and now on sinemet
    Have tried ropiranole type drugs, Mirapex, went to gabapentin, now on Sinemet Cr. Feeling depressed, gaining weight, and not getting relief thru the night. Take trazodone to finally get sleep. Worried about side effects of Sinemet CR 25/100 need to take 2 or 3 at night to get relief. Also taking iron supplement. Anybody else have suggestions?
  • Does tradjenta with glimepiride lower a1c or fasting sugar or both
    I was on glimepiride (two tablets before breakfast, one before lunch and one before dinner). My fasting sugar suddenly became 200 and A1c was 9.6. So I consulted endocrinologist. And she recommended to add Tradjenta (5 mg) once a day. I started Tradjenta on 02/12/2014. But my bood sugar has remian the same.

    Do you think that I should continue the combination ?
  • I have night episodes of binge eating without hunger (1 answer)
    I have Parkinson Disease diagnosed 4 years ago. It seems to be a slow developing PD since my symptoms have increased very little or nothing in all these years. I have a serious condition of insomnia, I get asleep very soon but awake many times during the night (6 or 7 times), I have been Rx several drugs for this without success (clonazepam, midazolam, etc) Now I am taking quetiapine 25 mg, which seems to be working but anyway I wakeup a couple of times during the night and then I start eating without any hunger, compulsively. I am gaining weight and dont know what to do orwhat is the cause of this. Please any aadvice would be appreciated.

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  • Mother recovered significantly from confusion (1 response)
    My very independent, active mother was diagnosed with Parkinson's (long over due, she did not have the common tremor but instead had issues with her gait).

    She was already on Wellbutrin and Prozac because they thought her shuffling was muscle weakness due to inactivity caused by depression. Once properly diagnosed and under the treatment of a neurologist for Parkinson's she was prescribed Sinemet. Her ability to walk increased dramatically however she was extremely confused. She constantly wanted to go home even though she was. She would get angry with us if we tried to convince her otherwise. She confused family members with other people and thought very off the wall situations were occurring with them. The neurologist said she had common symptoms of senile dementia which can accompany Parkinson's patients. Due to a random ordered hearing/vertigo test, we were instructed to take her off of all her medications a week prior to the test. Because the sinemet was so difficult to get her to tolerate due to extreme nausea I did not take her off of it but I took her off everything else. Within four to five days of being off the depression medication which had been combined with the sinemet she had a 360 degree turnaround in her confusion. She was even able to tell me that she knew she was confused but could not reason herself out of it. It was an end to eight months of pure H**. If you have a family suffering confusion and symptoms of senility that is on Sinemet and also taking anti-depression medications, insist that they be weaned of the anti-depressants before you accept the senility diagnosis.

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  • Hyperventilating, severe dyskinesia at same time. Not sure if from under medication or over medication. We not sure where the dyskinesia travels in the body

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  • Had HHT with higher frequency of nose bleeds with age. After being diagnosed with Parkinson about 5 years ago taking carbidopa levodopa 3 times a day, nose bleeds decreased significantly

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  • hammertoes, great difficulty walking

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