The use of only one type of medicine is preferable, and in the early years of the disease, it often works well. However, there is no harm in using multiple types of medicine for Parkinson’s disease. In fact, the majority of people with Parkinson’s are taking multiple medicines at the same time. In theory, this may mean an increased risk of side effects, but neurologists know which (combinations of) drugs can cause harmful side effects.


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