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Were you looking for information about Rasagiline? Rasagaline is a common misspelling of rasagiline.
Rasagiline is a medication often used for treating Parkinson's disease. It is available by prescription only and can be used either alone or in combination with other Parkinson's medications. Rasagiline works by inhibiting MAO enzymes to increase the amount of dopamine that the brain can use, which helps relieve symptoms of Parkinson's disease. Potential side effects include headaches, depression, and heartburn.
(Click Rasagiline for more information on how the drug works to relieve Parkinson's symptoms, when and how to take it, what you should know before starting treatment, and more.)
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