Pacitane Tablets

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Ropark, Pacitane, Multivite
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My mother 88 years has been using Ropark, Pacitane along with multivitamin tablets. Recently, I was suggested that multivitamins decrease/inihit the effect of parkinson medicines like Ropark®, Pacitane®. And that is the result why shaking is increasing for my mother. I would like to know if this is true or simply a myth before I ask her doctor for second opinion. Thank you ...
Updated 3 months ago.
Fri, Jun 30 '17, 11:45 AM
How many months should take this tablets?
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My cousin has been taking sulpitac 200 morning and evening,Quitipin SR 50 night and pacitane 2mg morning and evening for 3 months. What is his problem? Is there any side effect? How long will it be taken? ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Wed, Feb 23 '11, 7:09 AM
serenace tabs 0.25 mg twice a day
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My husband has been prescribed serenace 0.25 mg for the past 2 months. 2 tablets in a day. he has a lot of drinking problem dats y the doctor prescribed this medicine along with Pacitane. please adivce if it is ok to take this medicine on a regular basis. he has still not given up on alcohol. ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Mon, Mar 23 '15, 4:51 AM
syndopa plus SIDE EFFECTS
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my mom has started syndopa plus (2x1/2 tablets/day for 7 days followed by 3x1/2 tablets/day) 3 days back. She is diagnosed with Perkinsons. She is now showing delusions and talking randomly. What shall I do? She is also taking Rasalect (1 after breakfast), Pacitane (2/day/after food) and Felicita OD. Please help me. ## my wife was diagonised with Parkinson she is Rx with syndopa+ 1/2 tab 3 times/day.Is this the correct dosage ## Am 66 yrs old.i am taking 4 halfs daily of syndopa plus 125 mg tabs n ropark 0.5 mg 2 tabs daily along with 2 types of vitamin tabs. Am getting severe pain in lower thighs nerves.and i am not in a position to lightly cough coz it gives great pain in lower thighs. The pain is acute esp while getting up from bed till afternoon. Can any one guide me ...
Updated 1 year ago in Vitamins & Supplements.
Wed, May 11 '16, 9:32 AM
various capsules prescribed for my son( 13 ) yeras
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My son (aged 13 years) has some behavioural problems.Consulted various doctors and diagnosis range from mild autism, ADHD, Asperger syndrome etc,, at present , he has been prescribed 7 tablets by a psychiatrst one of them being Prodep 20. other incude seranace,oxetol,pacitane,espazine,admenta.. can somebody guide about usefulness of prodep in particular and other drugs in general as also possible long term side effects ## for mild autism medicine do not help only one to one therapy would help, we have also tried medicines for our son for autism and ADHD... PLS DO NOT TAKE MEDICINES .. ...
Updated 3 years ago in ADD / ADHD.
Mon, Dec 16 '13, 4:53 AM

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