Real support for people living with Parkinson's disease

  • 30,614 members living with Parkinson's disease
  • 19 new members this month

You know how you feel. So do they.
Join PatientsLikeMe to compare treatments, track symptoms, and get advice and support from the ones who understand Parkinson's disease most: those living with it.

Learn about treatments

"PatientsLikeMe empowers patients with its symptom and medication tracking capabilities and guides. They enable patients to be proactive and participate in deciding the direction of their treatment, rather than just waiting to see what the doctor will suggest."

member lizupatree
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Access real world data

"I've learned a lot from other people's experiences. It's very helpful to share stories and data because it's the only way we're going to find a cure."

member EdSikov

Share your experience

"Since joining PLM I have found support, courage to let others know what it is like to have a condition like mine."

member Foxie1

Track your symptoms

Track your health over time and see symptoms from others with Parkinson's disease

Commonly tracked symptoms
  • insomnia

  • stiffness/spasticity

  • constipation

  • numbness and tingling with pins and needles

Start tracking now

Compare Parkinson's disease treatments

See which treatments others are using to treat their symptoms

Commonly tracked treatments
  • Carbidopa-Levodopa
  • Amantadine
  • Carbidopa Levodopa ER
    (Rytary XR)
  • Deep Brain Stimulation
    (Subthalamic Nucleus Deep Brain Stimulation)
Compare more treatments now

What makes PatientsLikeMe different?

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Founded by Family

"Our brother Stephen was living with ALS and we thought, ‘there has to be a better way.’ There is."

Jamie & Ben Heywood, Co-founders

Focused on Members

Living with a serious illness can sometimes feel like you’re alone. You are not alone. Meet Gary and hear why he's more than Parkinson's.

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Devoted to Data

Tracking the symptoms of Parkinson's disease helps our community manage their health today and helps researchers shorten the path to new treatments tomorrow.