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Relgin, also known as Rasagiline, is a dopamine enhancer medicine.
Rasagiline is often prescribed as a standalone medicine or in combination with other Parkinson’s medicines like Levodopa or Carbidopa. It is a very effective medication used for minimizing the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease like shakiness, difficulties in moving, and stiffness. Besides this, it also efficiently treats the ‘off’ time i.e. the time during which slowness of movements or stiffness is experienced.
We can also say that Relgin works for slowing the progress of Parkinson’s.
The role of Rasagiline in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease is vital. Hence, it is prescribed for decreasing the growth of Parkinson’s symptoms & enhances movements by treating off-time.
Please follow your prescription for dosage instructions of Rasagiline.
Relgin is an oral tablet that is to be swallowed as a whole with a glass of water. Don’t crush, break, or chew it. Rasagiline can be used irrespective of food consumption. Take it at the same time daily for maintaining the effectiveness levels in the body. However, you must limit alcohol or grapefruit juice consumption at least 3 hours before using Relgin else severe impacts may show up.
In case if you have missed or skipped using Relgin, you may take it as soon as you remember. But, if your next scheduled dosage is near, no need to use Relgin immediately. You may continue with the next scheduled dosage instead.
Never overdose or double Relgin dosage. Please use the prescribed dosage only. You should also avoid decreasing Relgin dosage based on self assumptions. Overdosing may cause instant negative impacts on your health. Reducing the dosage may not show expected effectiveness.
Rasagiline, the active ingredient of Relgin shoulders the responsibility of its effectiveness. As you consume Relgin, Rasagiline actives as a dopamine enhancer & ensure that dopamine levels are boosted in the brain. When used in combination with Levodopa & Carbidopa, they together work to maintain dopamine levels for the smooth functioning of movements.
Your doctor should know if you are taking any medicines currently or have allergies to certain ingredients. Here are the medicines that conflict with Relgin & you should discuss them with your doctor before starting to use Relgin.
Besides conflicting with the above-mentioned medicines, Relgin may also show negative impacts with certain diseases like:
Additionally, it also has some negative interactions with certain food items like:
Relgin is safe to use for as long as you are following your doctor’s prescription and abiding by the care instructions.
Smoking or drinking alcohol should be strictly avoided for as long as you are undergoing treatment with Relgin for Parkinson’s disease.
Only your doctor can guide you on whether you should use Relgin alone or take it in combination with Levodopa or Carbidopa. Don’t make decisions on your own. Ask your doctor & use Relgin accordingly.
We have mentioned a list of conflicting medicines with Rasagiline. If your current medicine doesn’t belong to this list, you may consider it safe to use along with Rasagiline. However, don’t forget to discuss it with your doctor to avoid any severe negative impacts later.
Rasagiline hasn’t shown any addictive properties in patients using this medicine for months or over a year. If you have any doubts regarding this, you may get them clear with your doctor.