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Parkinson's disease, respiratory problems, frequent headaches, knee and leg cramps, prescribed Telekast, matilda er, want to know whether it is safe to take with SyndopaCR. Advice?

I am 72 yrs old woman suffering from Parkinson disease . I am on syndopaCR. Also my HDL cholesterol is 31 only. I take Pivasta 1 once a day. I have respiratory problem and sometime the wheezing troubles me.Then I take the Asthalin Inhaler to get some relief. I suffer from frequent headache also knee pain and leg cramps. Now I have been prescribed Telekast l -1 tab a day and Matilda Er - 1 tab a day. Is it safe to take these drugs with syndopa CR on a long term basis. Am I on right medicines?
Asked On : Sun, 6 May 2012
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I appreciate for your concern yes you can take the drugs that the name you gave here & I guess this must be a painkilling medicines, taking pain killing medicine longer than enough time could cause problem not because you have Parkinson's disease, but generally pain killing medicine are not safe, hope this information helps you have nice day.
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