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Verschlechterung meiner Parkinsonkrankheit.

Gegen meiner Parkinsonkrankheit nehme ich neuerdings AZILECT 1mg zusätzlich 1 mal täglich zu meiner bisherigen Medikation die da wäre : Alle 3 hrs. Stalevo 250 mg , Sifrol 0,35mg und im Falle einer schnellen Hilfe bei Bedarf Madopar LT afgelöst in Wasser zum trinken . trotzalledem geht es mir zunehmend schlechter , d.h. krumme Haltug , schlurfender Gang und Krämpfe in den Oberschenkel .Meine Frage ist diese Medikamentierung richtig ?


I was told by one Dr. that trepiline is very bad for your heart, today I was told my neorologist should never have given me Trepiline together with Azilect 1mg as it is very dangerous. Please tell my why. I have parkinsons and I am a 35 year old female ## It is actually the combination of the two that can be dangerous for your heart, as well as a lot of other biological processes, not necessarily either one by itself. Your neurologist was correct, there are many severe warnings about using these two medications together. Here is just a partial list about the problems it can cause when they are used together: tremor, myoclonus, rigidity, diaphoresis, hyperthermia, autonomic instability, hypertensive crises, disseminated intravascular coagulation, severe convulsive seizures, coma, and dea...


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