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Old 12-30-2003, 03:30 PM   #1
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Hi everybody, it's a long time since I've posted on this board and I'd just like to wish every one a happy new year.
I have had a busy year which included absailing over 100 feet down Manchester Town Hall raising over £500 for The Parkinsons Disease Society.I have also had an apomorphine pump for over a year now. It seems to work really well although I still have to take anti sickness tablets to avoid terrible nausea..there are of course other side effects which manifest themselves which can be embarrassing in the wrong circumstances!. One thing I have noticed on a more serious note is I am having difficulty carrying drinks with out twiching and spilling them. Has anybody noticed the same thing happening to them?

 
Old 12-30-2003, 04:05 PM   #2
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Hi everybody, it's a long time since I've posted on this board and I'd just like to wish every one a happy new year.
I have had a busy year which included absailing over 100 feet down Manchester Town Hall raising over £500 for The Parkinsons Disease Society.I have also had an apomorphine pump for over a year now. It seems to work really well although I still have to take anti sickness tablets to avoid terrible nausea..there are of course other side effects which manifest themselves which can be embarrassing in the wrong circumstances!. One thing I have noticed on a more serious note is I am having difficulty carrying drinks with out twiching and spilling them. Has anybody noticed the same thing happening to them?
Matt,

I remember you.What a life you have been leading. I wonder if you can use a kids paper cup,with a straw.That was all I used for Bill. I wish there were more Apo.users here.I dont no why,it has been around in Uk for some time.Good Luck,

keep up the good work you are doing for PD.

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