Drugs For Cerebellar Ataxia

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What r the usual drugs prescribed for cerebellar ataxia due to atrophy in US



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deasouki Says:

i will be grateful if u tell me about drugs aiding physiotherapy for aquired cerebellar ataxia

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Verwon Says:

Your doctor might suggest gamma-globulin injections to boost your immune system, physiotherapy can also help, as well as good nutritional supplements, sometimes muscle relaxants are also used to treat muscle spasms, and eye movements that can't be controlled, according to NIH reports.

Deasouki, what has been suggested for you? How is your therapy going?

What medications are you currently on?

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