Ropark 2 mg
|Ropinirole 2 mg
Ropark 2 mg is orally indicated for treating signs and symptoms of idiopathic Parkinson’s disease. It contains Ropinirole, a class of dopamine agonists known to improve some of the chemical imbalances in the part of the brain affected by Parkinson’s syndrome. It is also effective in treating moderate to severe primary restless legs syndrome.
How to use
Be sure to take Ropark exactly as directed by your doctor. Three times a day is the usual way to take Ropark 2 mg for Parkinson’s disease. Generally, your doctor will begin treatment with the lowest possible dose. Your doctor will change the dose until you are taking the right dose of this medicine to control your symptoms. It may take several weeks before you reach a dose controlling your symptoms.
Speak to your doctor if you stop taking Ropinirole for any reason. Do not restart the treatment on your own. Your doctor may prescribe Ropinirole alone or add it to the medicine you are already taking for Parkinson’s disease. You can take the tablet before or after consuming food. Taking Ropark with food may decrease the chances of feeling nauseated.
- Ropark 2 mg is contraindicated in patients with a known hypersensitivity to Ropinirole or the excipients of the drug. It is not recommended for children under 18 years of age.
- Clinical research on people with Parkinson’s disease shows that they may be at an increased risk of developing melanoma, a form of skin cancer, when compared to people without Parkinson’s disease. It is still unknown if the problem is associated with Parkinson’s disorder or the medicines used to treat Parkinson’s disease. Ropinirole is one of the medications used to treat Parkinson’s disease; therefore, patients treated with Ropark should have periodic skin examinations.
- While receiving Ropark tablets, you may experience a drop in blood pressure that may make you feel dizzy or faint, especially when standing up from a sitting or lying position.
- Symptoms resembling a neurological disorder characterized by muscle stiffness and unstable, involuntary actions have been reported concerning changes in treatment, reduction of treatment dose, and stopping treatment.
- Ropinirole may amplify the side effects of levodopa and may cause or worsen.
Most people who take Ropark 2 mg tolerate it well. The most reported side effects include restless leg syndrome, nausea, vomiting, drowsiness, dizziness, and sleepiness. You should be careful until you know if Ropirinole for restless leg syndrome affects your ability to remain alert while performing daily activities. You should watch for the development of significant daytime sleepiness or episodes of falling asleep. It is possible that you could fall asleep while doing normal activities such as driving a vehicle doing physical activities, or handling hazardous machinery while taking Ropartg 2 mg tablet. You may be more likely to fall asleep if you are taking other medicines that cause dizziness. When you begin taking this anti-parkinsonian agent or your dose increases, you may feel dizzy, nauseous, and sweaty when first rising from sitting or lying down. Therefore, do not stand up quickly after sitting or lying down, particularly if you have been sitting or lying for a long period.
Some patients taking this medicine have an unusual urge to gamble or increased sexual urges or behaviours. Hallucinations have been reported in patients taking Ropirinole. This is not the complete list of side effects. Speak to your doctor about the given or any unusual side effects you may experience.