Syndopa Cr

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Keshav Says:

what is the difference between Syndopa CR & Syndopa Plus?

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Rajesh Says:

It is requested to let me know the side effects of Syndopa Plus medicine. My father-in-law is suffering from Alzerma and doctor has prescribed the said medicine. By taking this medicine, is patient felt drowsiness? Or any other effect.

Please let me know.


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Verwon Says:

They both contain Levodopa and Carbidopa, however....

In the Plus, the doses are 100mg and 25mgs respectively.

The CR is a time released formulation and it offers an additional dosage of 50mgs and 200mgs, in addition to the dosage listed above.

Learn more Levodopa details here.

Learn more Carbidopa details here.

And side effects may include: nausea, dizziness and drowsiness.

Are there any other questions?

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thomas Says:

My father is suffering from Parkinson's for the last 15 years and now he is taking about 5 syndopa CR and syndopa plus per day.After taking medicine his moments are more.Is this because of having more medicines?

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Abdul Quader Says:
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Sir but syndopa cr 125 mg is also there. Then what’s the difference between syndopa cr 125 mg and syndopa plus which is also 125 mg?

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