Dopamine agonist

What is Dopamine agonist?

Dopamine agonist is a drug mainly used for patients suffering from parkinson disease or hyperprolactinemia. These drugs increase level of dopamine in brain and also inhibit the high level of prolactin.

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What are the side effects of going off Mirapex suddenly?

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Dopamine agonist withdrawal syndrome.

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I have had Parkinson's Disease for about 5 years now. I am taking carbidopa/levodopa 25-250mg every three hours to get relief from muscle tremors...

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Drug changes can be done under guidance of a neurologist

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My father is diagnozed with PSP (Progressive Supra Palsy), Parkisons Plus Syndrome.
The medication is not proving to be efffective....

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Other ways to overcome side effects of Syndopa

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