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Parkinson's disease will be curable with cortisol

Parkinson's Disease | Last Active: Nov 24, 2019 | Replies (11)

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@safari1949

I have had a Parkinson's diagnoses for several years. I am 70 and take 1 mg Rasagiline (Azilect) daily and I exercise every day. As a result the Parkinson's has not noticeably progressed. I can literally tell the difference if I have to go a couple days without exercise.
What my immediate concern is dealing with Parkinson's and recurring prostate cancer. I would like to get feedback from anyone else who is dealing with both issues and what their personal experience is.

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Sorry, I had my prostatectomy in 2000 and my Parkinson’s wasn’t diagnosed until 2014 though, in looking back, there were a number of obvious symptoms many years prior so I don’t see that can help you any.

But maybe I can learn from you. I’ve never heard of anyone on Azilect alone -no Sinemet. What were your symptoms?

Now I have a tumor on my adrenal gland messing with my cortisol and I’m producing too little. I’m wondering if/how that is related to the rest of this.

Steve