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Were you looking for information about Zelapar? Celepar is a common misspelling of Zelapar.
 
People who have Parkinson's disease may benefit from using Zelapar® (orally disintegrating selegiline). This prescription medication works by increasing the amount of a certain chemical in the brain known as dopamine. Zelapar comes in the form of a tablet and is usually taken once daily. Possible side effects of Zelapar include nausea, dizziness, and insomnia. Although some side effects may be merely bothersome, some are quite serious or intolerable.
 
(Click Zelapar for more information on how the drug works, a more complete list of potential side effects to look out for, and important things to tell your healthcare provider before taking Zelapar.)
 
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