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Description

Neupro Patch 

A non-ergoline dopamine agonist is a Neupro classification; it contains rotigotine that activates the dopamine receptors and mimics the effects of the neurotransmitter’s dopamine. Neupro is a transdermal patch that is used to restore the balance of dopamine in the brain; it improves the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease such as the ability to move, decreases tremors, stiffness, slowed movements, and unsteadiness. Parkinson’s disease is a progressive nervous system disorder caused by the neurons in the brain that are gradually breaking down or dying due to decreasing levels of dopamine; dopamine plays a big role in the brain’s control movement and coordination.  

Neupro patch is also used in restless legs syndrome RLS, an uncontrollable urge to move the legs due to an uncomfortable sensation during nighttime when sitting or in a lying position. It is also called Willis-Ekbon disease, it disrupts sleep and interferes with daily activities. Rogtigotine increases the levels of dopamine in the brain to help regulate these conditions. 

Neupro Patch Dosage 

Neupro patch is a prescription drug based on the medical condition and response to the treatment; a drug interaction may affect how this patchwork, talk to your doctor about all other medicines you are taking. The Neupro patch dose is usually given at the lowest and is gradually increased with the approval of a healthcare professional. It is available in 1mg, 2mg, 3mg, 4mg, 6mg, and 8mg patches; the pouch should only be opened when you are ready to apply it. This patch is worn over 24 hours and is replaced on a different area to avoid irritation; allow 14 days intervals before placing it on the same spot. The dose prescribed for Parkinson’s disease is 2mg, can be increased by 2mg once a week if tolerated and needs additional therapeutic effects, but in a maximum of 8mg per day. The dose prescribed for restless legs syndrome is 1mg once a day, which can be increased by 1mg once a week with a maximum amount of 3mg once a day. Avoid exposing the unhealed skin to the sun to prevent it from changing color; wash hands with soap and water after each application.  

Neupro patch placement should be in a clean, dry, intact skin that is not hairy such as the thigh, hips, front abdomen, side of the lower back, shoulder, or upper arm. Press the patch gently for 30 seconds to ensure that it stays in place; ensure that the patch is not applied on oily, broken, and irritated skin as well as the easily rubbed areas of the body like skin fold and waistline. To prevent the patch from falling, be cautious when taking a bath and exercising; if the edge is loose, you may tape it with a bandage, but if it still falls off, remove the patch and attach it to a different area and wait for the next application time to replace a new one.  

The Neupro patch should be applied regularly at the same time each day in order to achieve the benefits. If a dose is missed, apply a new patch as soon as remembered, but if it is almost the time for the next application, skip the missed patch, and do not use two patches at the same time. Store these patches at room temperature in their original pouch; away from pets and children. 

Neupro Side Effects 

Irritation on the applied area, headache, increased sweating, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, dizziness, drowsiness, lightheadedness, tiredness, and troubled sleeping are the common side effects of this medication; call your doctor if any persist or worsen. Take note that the side effects listed here are not the complete lists. 

Serious side effects may also occur; tell your doctor immediately if any of the lists below is experienced: 

  • Mood changes 
  • Severe dizziness 
  • Fainting 
  • Unusual strong urges 
  • Swelling (ankles or feet) 
  • Unusual weight gain 
  • Fast heart rate 
  • New or worsen uncontrolled movement 

Call for medical help once a severe allergic reaction occurs. 

Neupro patch may cause a sleep disorder, patients to fall asleep suddenly during an activity; it is advised not to do dangerous activities while in this medication to avoid accidents when you experienced sudden falling asleep. 

Neupro Patch Withdrawal 

Do not stop using the Neupro patch without your doctor’s advice for you may experience withdrawal symptoms such as anxiety, nausea, vomiting, irritability, agitation, fatigue low blood pressure, orthostatic hypertension, generalized pain, and suicidal thoughts. If you decide to stop taking Neupro talk to your doctor so he could taper your dose. Tapering for Parkinson’s disease is by 2mg per 24 hours every other day, while for RLS is 1mg per 24 hours every other day; this is until the doctor say’s that it is safe to stop taking this medicine. 

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Additional information

Drug Name:

Neupro

Scientific Name:

Rotigotine

Other Names:

Neupro

Strength(s):

4mg, 3mg, 6mg, 8mg, 1mg, 2mg

Quantities Available:

28, 84

Formulation:

Patch, Transdermal Patch