Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Warning!

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION ABOUT MIRAPEX:

MIRAPEX tablets are indicated for the treatment of moderate-to-severe primary Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS).

MIRAPEX may cause you to fall asleep without any warning, even while doing normal daily activities, such as driving. When taking MIRAPEX, hallucinations may occur and sometimes you may feel dizzy, sweaty or nauseated upon standing up. The most common side effects in clinical trials for RLS were nausea, headache, and tiredness. You should talk with your doctor* if you experience these problems.

* or local police officer.

3 comments:

RoxRocks said...

This is one of those things where the cure is worse than the ailment! I'll just suffer with the RLS thankyouverymuchbigdrugcompany!

lattégirl said...

loliagreewithyou

Laura said...

Reminds me of my friend from school who had epilepsy. She was not allowed to get her drivers licence in case she ever had a fit while driving. She had to take pills too. That's pretty sucky. Taking the bus does not compare well to driving yourself.