Which Is Most Effictive Time For Taking Syndopa Cr I.e Day Or Night.

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dyndopa cr when taken its creats Dyskinsia as per my observation time is not a factor. i weant a expert advice.



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I am a parkinsons patient since 5years. I'm taking syndopa plus tabs 3 times daily.&pacitane tablet 2mg twice daily.amicon 10mg one at night for depression.
Beta blocker and card ace (remipril) for BP.
Can I take alcohol/wine in limited quantity?
Is there any food items I have to avoid?
Is there any drug interactions with the above drugs.


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