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Tue, Mar 19 11:50am · stop progression, suppress motor and non-motor symptoms in Parkinson's Disease
Tue, Mar 19 10:49am · stop progression, suppress motor and non-motor symptoms in Parkinson's Disease
Hi Roy. So my husband is wanting to try it but I am looking at the oral capsules and they say thiamine mononitrate. I can’t find any oral route that says thiamine hydrochloride. Not sure what to do. I didn’t think he would agree to take a high dose supplement. The mononitrate can cause kidney stones and it’s not the pure form of thiamine hydrochloride, according to what I’ve read so far. Your insight is greatly appreciated. Thank you
Sun, Mar 17 4:55am · stop progression, suppress motor and non-motor symptoms in Parkinson's Disease
Thanks for the clarification. Now the problem will be convincing my husband to take way above the recommended daily allowance of 1.2 mg for an adult male.
Fri, Mar 15 4:48pm · stop progression, suppress motor and non-motor symptoms in Parkinson's Disease
I am trying to decipher your acronyms, and I am at a loss for what C/L and ER stand for. Also, 2g… does that stand for 2000 mg for the oral route? I am going to introduce this information, that I just found out myself today, about Thiamine to my husband who has PD. He was diagnosed about five years ago, yet his progression in the past three years has gone from tremors to falling forward. He literally has to catch a wall, etc. to stop falling. He refuses to use a walker. Thanks for clarifying things for me.