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Off the Depakote, On to Lamotrigine — 10 Comments

  1. Hi Lindy,

    Normally I would have marked a post like yours as spam and deleted it. But I've read through several of the posts on your blog that I thought were very well written, plus I can see a real need for your type of help for some people. I have a very close relationship with ONE pharmacist, plus I can do the online research for myself. Not every older person can do that.

    Thanks for stopping by.

  2. Oh, I'm so sorry to hear of your setback, DB…you have been doing so well. I hope the new drug will be good for you for a very long time.

    I hope you and your family will have a loving, prosperous 2011!

  3. Thanks for stopping by Marion. You put me to shame, as I was just thinking yesterday I needed to go see how you were doing, and as usual I didn't.

    I'm praying for better days. As long as there's a treatment left to try I have hope. And once I get this depression licked I'll deal with it even if I don't improve physically. See you on your blog dear friend!

    Want more blog traffic? Check out ExposeYourBlog.

  4. Thanks, Anji. I have full confidence in my Neurologist. And I have high hopes that the Lamotrigine will help. I saw my whole body return to normal with in 2 days of starting the Primidone several years ago, so I can hope.

  5. It sounds as if you've got a good team of health professionals to support you. I hope that all goes well with your change of medicine.

  6. Hello Rosemary/Dirty Butter,

    I was not sure how to contact you but wanted to share a project I am currently involved with.

    I am working with a team of Parkinson's advocates to make a documentary on Parkinson's. All of us have Parkinson's in our immediate families and wanted to make the first Parkinson's film for the community by the community.

    If you have several minutes you can see a trailer for the film at:

    If you are inspired to do so, we would be honored if you would share the film with your readers and help us spread the word.

    Thank you for the wonderful work you do here on your blog, providing poignant, personal, and powerful insights into the day-to-day life of Parkinson's.

    Please contact us if you would like to discuss further, we would love to get in touch with you.

    Team Ride with Larry

  7. This certainly looks like a Parkinson's site worth spreading the word about. I've checked it out on PatientsLikeMe, and it appears to be a legitimate site. With that in mind, I've added a link to the Ride with Larry Movie and blog site to my Parkinson's Resources links on my sidebar, if you're interested.

    Or, you can go to it here:

    Ride with Larry

  8. Thanks, T.T., I sure hope it does help. What's left in the arsenal of meds that may help is getting kind of slim now.

    I'll see you on The Night Canopy on ExposeYourBlog.

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