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Posted Sep 03 2010 6:37pm
Dear Doctors,

Do any PD medications slow down the disease?
I started with Q 10 when I diagnosed as Parkinson's last five years old.

It is not the parkinson's medication but a supplements as some doctors prescribe for an early parkinson's patient.

I take Sinemet regular on the third years when my movement is slow. I increase Requip medication and improve my movement after six months. Besides I take vitamin and supplements daily as I do blood test on my vitamin and mineral level twice in a year.

Diet, nutrition and exercises are important too .

I wish to thank NPF Forum and medical Panel that I learn and share with the readers on how to battle the diseases.

All are in one to slow down the parkinson's. Discipline, perservation, consistance on yourself are the power to battle the parkinson's as It is a chronic disease and expensive for treatment

TEOKIMHOE

to help the PD patients aware the diseases and encourage to set up support groups to educate the patients and their immediate families
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#2 Kathrynne Holden, MS

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22-January 07 Locationwww.nutritionucanlivewith.com Posted Today, 06:16 PM

Indeed knowledge is power. So far as I am aware, no PD medications have been definitely proven to slow the progression of disease. There are studies underway on various supplements, including CoQ10, and when we have the results, we will certainly post them to the forums.

Best regards,

Kathrynne Holden, MS

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