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Parkinson’s disease psychosis

Parkinson’s disease psychosis or PDP may be a side effect of Parkinson’s medication. But not everyone who takes Parkinson’s drugs will experience them. It depends on the exact type of medication, the dose and the person taking them. Sometimes, the higher the dose of medication, the more chance there is of experiencing hallucinations.

Research shows that hallucinations and delusions often happen when someone with Parkinson’s also has problems with memory, thinking problems or dementia.

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