Madopar

Last Update May 23, 2016
Madopar is a nervous system medication.
Uses: Madopar is prescribed for Parkinson's Disease and Shaking and is mostly mentioned together with these indications. In addition, our data suggest that it is taken for RLS, although it is not approved for this condition. Read More
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Last Update May 23, 2016
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Helpfulness
for Parkinson's Disease
2.1
Concern level
1.7
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Positive 242 "i starrteed in sinemet and then sinemet which was generic but not good , now on madopar which has been better for me although i still have plenty of problems to deal with.. All i have too... "Read more positive discussions
Negative 209 "Although the consultant is now reluctant to place a tag on my son's condition, he is looking along the DRD lines; nevertheless he aggrees that he had seen some improvement/response to the Madopar."Read more negative discussions
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| patricia
I am taking sinemet 3.15 + 4 stalevo + 3 madapar + 2 sinemet a day, are there side effect to taking all these , it seems a lot of meds

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Facts about Madopar

Alcohol warning on Madopar
Alcohol reduces the effectiveness of levodopa.
How do I obtain Madopar?
Prescription in the USA
Food instructions
Avoid protein intake swings because protein may worsen symptoms.
Ingredients
Levodopa
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