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Selegiline for Parkinson's Disease

People who have Parkinson's disease may be given orally disintegrating selegiline (Zelapar®). This drug is only given in combination with carbidopa-levodopa products. Side effects are possible, and often include nausea, dizziness, and insomnia. If such reactions become particularly bothersome, your dose will be adjusted, or you may even need to consider an alternative medication.
 
(Click What Is Selegiline Used For? to learn more about using this drug for Parkinson's disease, how it works, what is unique about its formulation, and more.)
 
 

Selegiline for Parkinson's Disease

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