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    APS: Antiphospholipid enzyme syndrome, a clotting dysfunction.
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    It was just over a year ago that I was diagnosed with MS, APS and Parkinsons. So far on Tysabri for the MS I haven't had any relapses. Also blood tests a few months ago said I no longer have APS. The neurologist says its parkinsons based on how I walk. I've been practicing walking heel, toe, heel, toe but at yesterday's exam he still thinks I have Parkinsons even though I did the heel toe test perfectly. So what else about my walk might he have been seeing? I can only raise my left eyebrow but I reminded him that a horse kicked me in the face and damaged my right trigeminal nerve. All the other neuro tests I did fine.
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    So it's PD not APS?

    I'm up to two sinemet tabs taken three times daily. Personally I think I walk funny due to Achilles insertional tendinopathy and chronic bad back. I have a resting tremor in my dominant hand. He said I can stop the Pradaxa since the blood tests don't support an APS diagnosis but warned me the condition might recur. So it looks like I'm stuck with sinemet for an indeterminate amount of time. My insurance stopped paying for Tysabri infusions but mainly because they want the latest neuro's input. I wonder how much anxiety plays into these drugs causing side effects. After getting used to tysabri and sinemet I stopped having headaches. kevin
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    So it's PD not APS?

    He thinks it's PD based on how I walk. Never mentioned the DatScan.
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    Does this look like a PD Tremor?

    The neuro says it's Parkinson's Disease with a parkingsonian tremor. He thinks the way I walk is a sign of PD. I'm up to 1.5 sinemet three times a day.
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    Does this look like a PD Tremor?

    The neurologist calls it parkinsonianism. I've been on a high dose of sinemat for 3 months with no change. I don't see the neuros again til end of August. I was first diagnosed with MS. Then APS, an autoimmune clotting disorder. Then lastly the PD diagnosis. I'm a veterinarian. The tremor is noticeable by clients when I'm at work. But doesn't interfere with surgery or drawing blood from kittens or threading catgut suture onto surgical needles. But my handwriting is terrible.
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    Does this look like a PD Tremor?

    I have a similar tremor. My doctor calls it a resting tremor because when I'm using my hands the tremor doesn't interfere.
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    sleep aid with primidone

    Is Essential Tremor synonymous with Resting Tremor? BTW, I was on desyrel ten years ago; It made me affable, even jocular, but also so sleepy I couldn't drive or work.
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    Does this website allow files or photos to be posted with the topic? I can't see any sign for that.
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    Dr Dioge

    I'm reading The Brain's Way of Healing by Dioge, MD. Kinda 'new age' but interesting so far.
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    So it's PD not APS?

    So it's not APS?? Latest bloodwork shows negative cardiolipin IgG and IgM, beta-2 glycoprotien IgG and IgM nearly nil. But thrombin time 101.9 seconds while the norm is 19.5 seconds. The neuro already thinks it's not APS, instead thinks it might be Parkinson's Disease. Today I go from 1/2 tablet three times daily to a whole tablet Sinimet. http://DSC03060
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    Back on sinemet

    He started me at 1/2 pill with the idea of raising it to one pill three times daily after a week or two. So far no increase in nausea but I haven't gone up to one pill. kevin
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    I wondered why the neuro went straight to sinemet rather than even mentioning the test. Thanks, kevin
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    Could someone explain the DATSCan?
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    An elliptical forces you to use your hands for balance as your feet are planted on the pedals.