Pramipex ER (Pramipexole ER)0.75mg Mirapex – 30 tablet

Pramipex ER (Pramipexole ER)0.75mg Mirapex – 30 tablet

$14.40

Each Pramipex contains .75mg Pramipexole 30 tablets. To help mitigate the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease in adult patients.

ATC Classification: N04BC05
Active Ingrediant: Pramipexole ER
Generic Name: Pramipex ER
Manufacturer: Sun Pharma
Strength: 0.75mg
Dosage Type: Tablet
Packaging Type: Foil in Box
Contains: 30 TABLET

Description

Mirapex (Pramipexole)

Generic Name : Pramipexole (pram i PEX ole)

Brand Names : Mirapex, Mirapex ER

Product Description

To help mitigate the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, many doctors prescribe medications that induce the production of dopamine, a chemical that is created naturally in the body. Dopamine is known to reduce tremors, spasms, and the lack of muscle control.

One of the main drugs that doctors prescribe is called Mirapex, which is also known as pramipexole. When one takes Mirapex, the tablet immediately releases drugs that target the brain. Upon stimulation, dopamine is released.

In addition to Parkinson’s disease, Mirapex is also effective at treating RLS or Restless Leg Syndrome.

When Should Mirapex Not be Prescribed?

There are a number of instances where it isn’t recommended to take Mirapex. Being upfront with your doctor regarding your medical history and current health can ensure that you are taking Mirapex under the correct conditions. If you have any of the following conditions, then do not take Mirapex:

Kidney disease

Low blood pressure

Pregnancy

Breastfeeding

Allergic to pramipexole

If you plan to become pregnant and are taking Mirapex, then you should also consult with your doctor. Some doctors refrain from prescribing Mirapex to pregnant women because the drug may cause harm to the fetus.

Dosage Information

Before taking Mirapex or any other drug, it is necessary to consult with your doctor regarding the correct dosage information. Dosage may vary depending upon your weight, age, and gender.

Typically, a doctor will prescribe an extended release tablet. If you are taking the extended release tablet, then you can choose to take the tablet with food. Taking the medication with food can prevent an upset stomach.

When taking Mirapex for a long period of time, many doctors also advise that you shouldn’t stop abruptly if you decide to go off the medication. Mirapex can cause withdrawal symptoms of a user stops taking the medication suddenly.

Mirapex Side Effects

When taking Mirapex, some users experience common side effects, while others experience severe ones. If you experience any of the common side effects described below, then there is nothing to be concerned about.

Dry mouth

Drowsiness

Constipation

Nausea

Swollen hands and feet

Insomnia

Muscle spasms

Alternatively, if you are experiencing any of the following severe side effects, then you should seek medical attention immediately and also contact your doctor. Left untreated, these side effects can lead to long-term adverse effects.

Muscle pain

Tremors

Hallucinations

Suddenly falling asleep

The sooner you get these severe side effects treated, the quicker your doctor can prescribe you a safer alternative to Mirapex.

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Sun Pharma

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