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At first you may be prescribed only low doses of medication. Or your doctor may suggest you delay taking medication until symptoms increase.
Many Parkinson’s medicines are taken orally (through the mouth), usually in tablet or capsule form. A few are also available as a syrup.
There are many different medications used to treat Parkinson’s.Each one belongs to a class of drugs, that is a wider group of medications that work in the same way.
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