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Azilect for parkinson's

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Dr. Michelle Gibson James MD

, azilect , sentiment and mirapax for Parkinson's and Metformin for diabetic condition. I notice there is an interaction with Azilect and Parkinson's drugs. I am afraid to take this medicine.... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Michelle Gibson James ( General & Family Physician)
Dr.   Sudhir Kumar MD

( Azilect ) I ordered Rasalect 1 mg which is expected in a week or so. Currently the only obvious symptoms ... effective as Azilect? ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Sudhir Kumar ( Neurologist)
Dr.  Neeraj Kumar MD

My wife was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2004. One of the maintenance medicines she takes is Carbidopa/Levodopa of course and Azilect . She has an incredibly hard time going to sleep and remaining ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Neeraj Kumar ( Neurologist)
Dr.  Olsi Taka MD

I am taking azilect for Parkinson's and was prescribed Valtrex for cold sores. Is it safe? ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Olsi Taka ( Neurologist)
Dr. Sudhir Kumar MD

I am a bluegrass guitar player. I have Parkinson's which mainly affects my right side. At one point I was taking both Azilect as well as carb-levo, but I dropped the carb-levo because of side effects ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Sudhir Kumar ( Neurologist)

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Dr.   Olsi Taka MD

(doubt about spelling)and dementhia as result of Parkinson disease (sorry for wrong spelling). My husband has Parkinson disease during 7 years, and big problems with his memory now. Secon medication ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Olsi Taka ( Neurologist)
Dr. Arturo Benítez-Serrato MD

Hi I am currently well was currently taking azilect 1mg for parkinsons and was recently taken off of it ( yesterday) I haven t been taking my anit-depressant medication because the pharmacy didn t fill it... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Arturo Benítez-Serrato ( Neurologist)
Dr.    Mohammed Taher Ali MD

My friend has been diagnosed as having Parkison disease. Her doctor prescribed Levocarb 1-5 of 25 mg. sHe has been taking it since Jan. nOw her neurologist wants her to take 1mg of Azilect. She ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Mohammed Taher Ali ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Indhu Priyadharshini MD

My husband has parkinson, his first Nerologist perscribed azlect, as he said it would slow down the progression. Now the new Nerologist says that at his age which is only 77, it probably will not help him so he ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Indhu Priyadharshini ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Aida Quka MD

Hello Doctor, My mother got the Parkinson s disease and my friend suggested her to take the Rasagline medicine, but i found that there are the Azilect vs Rasalict, so may l know is there any different ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Aida Quka ( Neurologist)

Mobile Questions and Answers

Dr. Diptanshu Das MD

Parkinsonism occurs when a certain part of the brain that produces a certain substance (dopamine) does not work properly. These medicines try to replenish dopamine. View...

Dr. Anshul Varshney MD

Dear Friend. Young onset Parkinson's needs to be clearly diagnosed and drug induced Parkinson's and Parkinson plus needs to be ruled out. Ask in details.

Dr. Deepak S Jois MD

Thanks for asking in healthcaremagic forum In short: It is controllable Explanation: Till now with medications we can control the symptoms of parkinsonism. It is due to decreased dopamine in brain. So, it can be...