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Old 09-07-2019, 06:34 PM   #21
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Hi everybody, after 3+ years from DBS surgery, I feel very well, I don't take any medicine, except Xadago, I work 8+ hours a day, 5 on 7 days a week, in other words: a regular life ...

Born in 1969, diagnosed PD in 2007, first symptoms 2004. DBS in July 2016.
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Old 09-10-2019, 09:25 AM   #22
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so how are you now after 3 years?

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Hi everybody.
I'm back here to share my amazing experience with you, after more than 1 year from my DBS surgery.
I would like to embrace all of you and tell you that after DBS surgery, in July 2016, today (September 2017) I am not taking any medicine and I feel really good.
Today I'm 48, I have Parkinson's disease since I was 36 years old. I took about 1g of Levodopa, until the day of DBS, and today I take nothing.
From January 2017 I go to the gym every day, for about 2 hours, and from 84 kg I'm slim up to 76 kg.
I love you all.
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