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Any permanent cure for parkinson - I have in right hand for two years.taking medicines -syndopa + given by Dr

I started feeling tremors in my right hand - about two yrs ago - since then it is increasing, Now it is an aggravated situation. I feel stiffness in the hand, pain in the muscle and weakness in the hand. Dr gave syndopa and ciplar - as medicine. Some times I feel blankness in the head - brain. I got MRI of Brain but nothing came out. Want to know if there is any cure of this.........thanks  

Related Topics: Brain, Hand, Head, Muscle, Tremor
 

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