How To Reduce Carbo-levo And Stop Medication

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Mike Says:


My mother is showing undesirable side effects of this medication and is ready to stop taking it. She's taking one tablet of Sinemet, three times per day. What is proper strategy to stop? Gradually? All at once? Implications



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Mike! How is she doing?

How long has she been taking it? Side effects are normal and should eventually taper off, once her body adjusts to the medication.

Has she consulted her doctor about the problem? They would be the best person to advise her on this matter.

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