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Xadago is a prescription Parkinson’s treatment medication that reduces the frequency and severity of dyskinesia that comes with Parkinson’s disease. Xadago works by preventing MAO-B from breaking down the neurotransmitter dopamine in the brain and users have fewer tremors and less overall rigidity. Users also find they have better balance and more ability to speak and use facial expressions when dealing with the disease, and this effective drug for Parkinson’s has been very well received by the medical community as it improves people’s ability to function and participate in daily life.
You can buy Xadago tablets with a prescription at most pharmacies, and always get this product at the best price when you order medication online from Canada Pharmacy.
The standard Xadago dosage is one tablet once a day at any time of the day. The tablet can be taken with or without food.
The active ingredient in Xadago is Safinamide.
Do not use Xadago if you have a history of severe liver disease or high blood pressure. Use may be possible with moderate liver disease or high blood pressure.
Do not use Xadago if you are taking other monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOI) medication, as it could cause a sudden severe increase in blood pressure.
Do not exceed maximum Xadago dosage regulation of 1 tablet per day. If you feel medication isn’t working effectively enough you should speak to your doctor again. Never increase your dose without doctor consultation.
There is the possibility of drug interaction risks between Xadago and other Rx medication, including antidepressants (serotonin syndrome risk), opioid medications including meperidine, tramadol, methadone, or propoxyphene, amphetamine, cyclobenzaprine, and methylphenidate.
There is also interaction risk with the natural herbal supplement St. John’s Wort.
Do not use Xadago with dextromethorphan.
Advise your doctor of all medications you are currently taking before getting your prescription and proceeding to buy Xadago tablets.
Xadago side effects are uncommon, but some people may experience nauseas, sleeplessness, or involuntary muscle movements. If these Xadago side effects are observed you should then stop use and meet with your doctor again to discuss other Parkinson’s treatment options.