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  1. Arti says:

    The most common reactions (which occur within the first several days of a new treatment) include nausea, vomiting, dizziness (drop in blood pressure), sleepiness and visual hallucinations. Speak to your doctor for detailed information regarding effectiveness and side effects of a particular drug. Often the changes are subtle and you may not notice them. The effectiveness of a few Parkinson’s drugs can be reduced when combined with drugs for other health conditions. Discuss the changes with your doctor. This Medication Checklist may help you identify these changes. it’s important to seek advice from your doctor or pharmacist regarding any new drug prescription. Parkinson’s will change over time. Since many of the motor symptoms of Parkinson’s are the result of a lack of dopamine in the brain, most drugs used to treat Parkinson’s are aimed at temporarily replenishing or imitating dopamine. Since many of the motor symptoms of Parkinso

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