AZILECT Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 021641/001.

Names and composition

"AZILECT" is the commercial name of a drug composed of RASAGILINE MESYLATE.
It belongs to the class MAO-B inhibitors and is used in Parkinson's disease, parkinsonism (Central Nervous System)

Answered questions

Husband has been taking azilect along with sinemet for parkinson's and has side effects?
now has incontinence and constant belching which he has never had before. Dr said to just take him off the azilect but said nothing about the side effects. Am hoping that he has no permanent damage from the meds. Had been taking azilect for 30 days when the problems started. Had a prescription fpr 1mg and just... Asked by Thao Kornreich 3 months ago.

now has incontinence and constant belching which he has never had before. Dr said to just take him off the azilect but said nothing about the side effects. Am hoping that he has no permanent damage from the meds. Had been taking azilect for 30 days when the problems started. Had a prescription fpr 1mg and just noticed that the 2nd prescription was for .5mgs called his nurse and asked if the lower dose should have been used first. She said yes after a hesitation. Am upset. Haven't talked to dr. yet but will do so soon. Am not very happy about the situation and hope to find answers for the problems. Wonder if others have had problems with azilect and if so what? Answered by Chandra Garafola 3 months ago.

The Parkinson's Reversing Breakthrough? Answered by Mei Rodela 3 months ago.


Does anyone with Parkinson's Disease have experience with the new drug Azilect(Razagiline)?
Am interested in finding out info about Rasagiline from PD patients who are using the drug. Asked by Roberta Siguenza 3 months ago.

Drugs only treat the symptoms. Glyconutrients help heal the body and reverse disease. Read my page Answered by Raeann Grange 3 months ago.

i think yeah Answered by Maurice Lawnicki 3 months ago.


How long does it take for Azilect to reach it's full effectiveness? Based on taking 1mg tablet a day.?
Asked by Hunter Schwartze 3 months ago.

Clinical effect can be expected within 4-6 weeks following initiation of Azilect treatment. This is based on data from studies where the first visit and measurement after enrolment took place at Week 4; Answered by Amira Kinroth 3 months ago.


Any antidepressants OK to take with Azilect (Rasagaline)?
I'm an early/moderate Parkinson's patient taking the new drug Azilect and responding well.....I do, however, require antidepressants and was taking Lexapro until I was alerted to a deadly drug interraction....PLEASE, if anyone knows of an acceptable combo please let me know....I've done an internet... Asked by Barbera Gerbs 3 months ago.

I'm an early/moderate Parkinson's patient taking the new drug Azilect and responding well.....I do, however, require antidepressants and was taking Lexapro until I was alerted to a deadly drug interraction....PLEASE, if anyone knows of an acceptable combo please let me know....I've done an internet search with no results and my doc is perplexed too..... Answered by Douglass Soter 3 months ago.

I am on Lexapro as well, so I know what you mean, I have to be really careful. Call Walgreens, or any other pharmacy, a pharmacist is going to be better to ask than anyone on here :O) Answered by Meta Skelly 3 months ago.

Neupro skin patch... Answered by Nicholle Wolven 3 months ago.

yes sometimes the pharmacy can be more helpful Answered by Tinisha Nimick 3 months ago.

ask the doctors who prescibed them to you Answered by Lorna Manser 3 months ago.


Does the drug Azilect cause bad side effects if taken with Mirapex?
Asked by Amira Salte 3 months ago.

No known significant reactions. Cautioni should always be taken when taking multiple medicaitons. Answered by Jerilyn Yamkosumpa 3 months ago.


Where can I buy .5 mg Azilect on line without a prescription?
look people please don't give me attitude. This is for my grandfather not for me! Okay? We were just wondering! Asked by Cassaundra Callnan 3 months ago.

Hmm I don't think you can you'd need a prescription. Answered by Shae Shadden 3 months ago.

The med would be less expensive via Medicare or Medicaid for your grandfather. You are taking risks with contamination and failure to deliver the medication in a mail order setup. Answered by Elvis Dandurand 3 months ago.

Why do you need a pill that treats Parkinson's disease? Are you trying to get high or something? If so, I mean please, really, this is pathetic. If you DO really need it, you'll have to go to the doctor. It's illegal to buy it without a perscription and idk of any website that sells perscription drugs, I mean think- the only people who have access to those drugs aren't bad people, they're not going to set up a website to sell drugs illegally. Answered by Altha Kettler 3 months ago.


AZILECT (Rasagiline): Anyone take this medicine? Are any letters imprinted on 1 side of pill? Please tell me.?
Asked by Fabian Salahubdin 3 months ago.

Don't know about the letters, but all other info can be found on the sites below. DE Answered by Ashlie Stagnitto 3 months ago.


Parkinson medication?
My Mom has Parkinson's disease and takes stalavo 4x a day amantadine 2x a day and azilet 1 x a day. She is experiencing nausea and dizziness more frequently on a daily basis. She has gone to 2 neurologist and thy both said u will be dizzy. Should I lesson her dosage of amantadine or take her off of azilect.... Asked by Lynetta Tangari 3 months ago.

My Mom has Parkinson's disease and takes stalavo 4x a day amantadine 2x a day and azilet 1 x a day. She is experiencing nausea and dizziness more frequently on a daily basis. She has gone to 2 neurologist and thy both said u will be dizzy. Should I lesson her dosage of amantadine or take her off of azilect. Please help Answered by Evita Haims 3 months ago.

While it may be possible, it's more likely this is a side effect of the medication you are taking that would stop if the medication was withdrawn. I've worked with lots of people on anti-psychotics that experience tardive dyskinesia, they took side effect medication - as for the depression and anxiety, hard to say if that is a symptom of medication or a symptom of your existing condition. The doctor does not seem worried, however if you feel this has become more difficult to live with than the original condition, ask the doctor to consider changing your meds or adding in additional meds to control the side effects. Answered by Richard Kaloudis 3 months ago.


Have parkinson's and wonder what to safely take for pain. Have heard that you should be careful.?
husband has pd and has back pain. Want to give him meds and maybe use icy hot. He also gets cold hands lately and was wondering why. Has never ever had that before. We are trying one medicine after another to help him walk better. So far all he gets is bad side effects from all of them. Was hoping azilect would... Asked by Carie Bethea 3 months ago.

husband has pd and has back pain. Want to give him meds and maybe use icy hot. He also gets cold hands lately and was wondering why. Has never ever had that before. We are trying one medicine after another to help him walk better. So far all he gets is bad side effects from all of them. Was hoping azilect would help but was put on 1mg instead of .5 and had bad reactions and am afraid to try the lower dose. Dr. is of little help. Am going to find new one soon I hope. Answered by Trinh Ubry 3 months ago.

With any combination of medications, especially antiparkinsonian meds there can be side effects. When you have a condition like this it is never good to even attempt to take another medication without talking to a doctor. Remember, the doctor works for you. If you are dissatisfied with the doctor that you have request a new one. There are many different pain meds that don't really interact with antiparkinsons meds, however everyone reacts differently to medications. There are even some prescribed medications, such as Tramadol, which may be taken sometimes with these meds. My recommendation is to tell the doctor of your concerns, and if he/she is not much help then seek another doctor that you are more comfortable with. Mainly though understand that Parkinson's is a VERY complicated diagnosis and when a patient's medications aren't having the desired effects it can be just as frustrating to the doctor. Assume that your doctor is looking out for your husband's best interest, unless you have information otherwise, and if you think that he/she isn't then tell them flat out. If this doesn't work, I am sure there are many other doctors out there that would love to treat your husband, and would be more competent. Again, everyone reacts differently to any medication, but I have a couple patients who are on acetaminophen with no adverse side effects. I also have one who is on fentanyl, a narcotic. She had a minor side effect of confusion, but that subsided after about 4 hours and she is fine now. Hope this helps. Answered by Beula Roegner 3 months ago.

The Parkinson's Reversing Breakthrough? Answered by Nathanial Balcomb 3 months ago.


Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
021641/001 AZILECT RASAGILINE MESYLATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 0.5MG BASE
021641/002 AZILECT RASAGILINE MESYLATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 1MG BASE

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
021641/001 AZILECT RASAGILINE MESYLATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 0.5MG BASE
021641/002 AZILECT RASAGILINE MESYLATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 1MG BASE
201823/001 RASAGILINE MESYLATE RASAGILINE MESYLATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 0.5MG BASE
201823/002 RASAGILINE MESYLATE RASAGILINE MESYLATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 1MG BASE
201889/001 RASAGILINE MESYLATE RASAGILINE MESYLATE TABLET/ORAL 0.5MG
201889/002 RASAGILINE MESYLATE RASAGILINE MESYLATE TABLET/ORAL 1MG
201899/001 RASAGILINE MESYLATE RASAGILINE MESYLATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 0.5MG BASE
201899/002 RASAGILINE MESYLATE RASAGILINE MESYLATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 1MG BASE
201950/001 RASAGILINE MESYLATE RASAGILINE MESYLATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 0.5MG BASE
201950/002 RASAGILINE MESYLATE RASAGILINE MESYLATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 1MG BASE
201970/001 RASAGILINE MESYLATE RASAGILINE MESYLATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 0.5MG BASE
201970/002 RASAGILINE MESYLATE RASAGILINE MESYLATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 1MG BASE
201971/001 RASAGILINE MESYLATE RASAGILINE MESYLATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 0.5MG BASE
201971/002 RASAGILINE MESYLATE RASAGILINE MESYLATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 1MG BASE

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