Parsitan is a prescription medication that is used to treat symptoms that are commonly associated with Parkinson’s disease. Parsitan is specially formulated to improve muscle control and reduce stiffness, tremors and restlessness that occur as a result of Parkinson’s disease or by taking other medications.
Parsitan tablets should be stored at room temperature, in an area that is protected from heat, light and moisture, unless packaging or your prescription indicates otherwise.
Before taking Parsitan, let your doctor know if you have heart disease, prostate problems, or pyloric obstruction. If you are allergic to any drugs, notify your doctor before you begin taking Parsitan. If you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant or breastfeeding, talk to your doctor before you begin taking Parsitan.
Other medications may interfere with the effectiveness of Parsitan. Talk to your doctor about any medications (including non prescription medications) that you are currently taking before you begin taking Parsitan.
Patient Family Information : Parsitan is a prescription medication that should be taken in the exact fashion that is recommended in your prescription. If your prescription is unclear, contact your doctor for more information. Parsitan can be taken with or without food and is usually recommended to be taken twice daily.
Do not take Parsitan if you are allergic to any of its ingredients or any similar medications. Parsitan should additionally not be taken if you have glaucoma.
Sever Side Effects : Severe Side Effects: skin rash; eye pain; confusion; clumsiness or unsteadiness; difficulty sleeping; drowsiness; dryness of the mouth, nose, or throat; fast heartbeat; hallucinations; mood or mental changes; seizures; shortness of breath or troubled brea
Common Side Effects: blurred vision; constipation; decreased sweating; difficult or painful urination; drowsiness; dryness of the mouth, nose, or throat; increased sensitivity of the eyes to light; or nausea and vomiting.
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