"Many Parkinson’s drugs — particularly dopamine agonists and, in some cases, levodopa — have been linked to these types of behaviour. Recent studies have suggested there may be a difference in the type of dopamine agonist used, with slow release tablets causing impulsive behaviours less frequently, and that pramipexole and ropinerole may be more likely to cause this side effect."
New study; "...52% of people who had ever... - Cure Parkinson's
My doctor wants me to start on Azilect is it safe with sinemet
Good idea to know your blood pressure and if levodopa dose may need to be adjusted before starting new medication.
Check out interactions with other meds. Also, know which foods have tyramine.
Good catch. A bit shocked the number is so high but not entirely surprised.
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