I just read your success story and I'm impressed since I've read so much stuff online and nothing seems to help me find true answers. I don't know if I have Parkinson's yet but I think and I'm almost sure I have it, since every symptom seems to match mine and the only thing the doctor did find was a hernia in my stomach that I didn't even know I had since I've been doped on psychiatric medications for years.
I remember the first onset of symptoms started appearing after a toxic exposure to a chemical that I accidentally used to clean my stove. The same year I found out that I had HPV but the cells were precancerous. Nothing was actually ever found in my cervix. I still don't know if I have cancer since no one has done any tests of my saliva since the fumes I inhaled obviously went through my nose.
As a teenager I was also overly vaccinated since my doctor misplaced my file and all I got was an apology. Soon after that I was allergic to commonly used antibiotics. My body's immune system obviously began attacking itself even then. What a joke. Well, not really, more infuriating. I was put on Paxil with a diagnosis of generalized anxiety disorder. It was like all I felt was made up and nothing more. I got ridiculed when 2 years ago I was back in hospitals complaining of massive problems. My doctor even notice incoherence in my speech, yet did not associate it with neurological illness. One psychiatric hospital almost thought I had neurological problems since I complained of dimness. Since then I've gone to actually having a blank stare in one eye. I didn't know what the hell this was that was happening to me when my jaw started to stiffen up. Now I know it's actually rigidity because it is so tight sometimes I want to cry. I had spasms on and off, but the rigidity is persistent. Anti-depressants actually make it worse now. Anti-seizure medication which I was taking for 2 years as well. I'm lost. Recently I've been to hospitals again. The first time I was seriously ridiculed by a doctor who assumed I was seeking attention by faking illness. Yeah right! I know that if I could have concluded 2 years back that what I felt was a rigidity in my face, then I could have found answers, but since I have trouble articulating my symptoms, it is painfully difficult to explain what I feel and that is when I go into panic mode. No wonder doctors get confused. I didn't even know what Parkinsons was until I was given this medication called motillium so i would stop vomitting and it actually took away the tremor. Yet I've been getting a nervous stomach, and whenever I eat some kind of food that irritates it, i get a strange pressure in the top of my head. I really hope what you are saying is for real because I'm desperate. I never thought anything could be so painful. I'm very scared and I'm only 27.