Sinimet

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People who have Parkinson's disease or who experience Parkinson-like symptoms due to encephalitis, manganese poisoning, or carbon monoxide poisoning may benefit from using Sinemet® (carbidopa-levodopa). This prescription medication comes in tablet form and is typically taken three or four times a day. Most people tolerate Sinemet well at first, especially if the dose is slowly increased. As time goes by, it is common for more bothersome and serious side effects to occur. Possible side effects include nausea, vomiting, and involuntary movements.
 
(Click Sinemet 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 starting treatment.)
 
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