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User Reviews for Entacapone

Also known as: Comtan

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Parkinson's Disease 4 reviews 49 medications
   
5.7
Summary of Entacapone reviews 4 reviews 5.7

Reviews for Entacapone

Comtan (entacapone) for Parkinson's Disease: "I take Sinemet 25/100 4 x daily 1 1/2 tabs with 100 mg Comtan 4 x daily with my Sinemet and it seems to work well for lessening my "wear off" periods but it does cost a lot."

Bmp April 11, 2012

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For Parkinson's Disease: "Pros: Greatly reduces tremors and lasts up to the next scheduled dose, which is the point of taking the medicine. However..... Cons: Immediately after taking the drug, there is temporary nausea, drowsiness, sleepiness & disorientation, dizziness. It makes me sleep more than desired. I can no longer drive, cook, or do much of anything because of the dizziness. I prefer tremor relief, so the medicine wins. We don't have much choice with this disease. It's very expensive, but what is your quality of life (what little there is) worth to you? If I have to exist, I would rather sleep than suffer tremors most of my waking hours."

   
7.0

Ho-Hum February 16, 2012

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Comtan (entacapone) for Parkinson's Disease: "Terrible hallucinations!"

   
1.0

Anonymous June 8, 2010

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Comtan (entacapone) for Parkinson's Disease: "The medication is very good. Unfortunately it is expensive"

   
9.0

Shirley E. April 28, 2008

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