I'm new on this forum so let me tell you about my past few months. I received results from a DAT scan which indicated depletion of dopamine resulting in me having parkinsonism. It took me a few weeks to get my head round this and finally excepted the condition. At the beginning of Nov I received a letter to visit the GP. He explained to me that a mistake on my scan had been done as similar patterns of my diagnosis also resulted in several other folk having this. Further investigations were carried out and on conclusion of this my scan is clear. Just back from seeing the Neurologist at the weekend and on further tests with him he says I have a postural tremor. Sounds daft but I had come to terms with my previous diagnosis and now have to tell family and friends who I have told about my previous diagnosis that the scan results were wrong and I'm clear of parkinsonism but have this condition.