Some patients taking RYTARY can experience hallucinations (unreal visions, sounds, or sensations) or abnormal thoughts and behaviors (such as excessive suspicion, believing things that are not real, confusion, agitation, aggressive behavior, and disorganized thinking).If you have hallucinations or abnormal thoughts or behaviors, talk with your healthcare provider.Talk to your healthcare provider before you lower the dose or stop taking RYTARY, as this may result in serious side effects.Call your healthcare provider immediately if you develop withdrawal symptoms such as fever, confusion, or severe muscle stiffness. Khan report no affiliation with or financial interest in any organization that may pose a conflict of interest. Lindenmayer is a consultant to Janssen; and receives grant support from Astra Zeneca, Avanir, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Eli Lilly, the National Institute of Mental Health, and Pfizer.• Weight gain and metabolic abnormalities are the challenges of second-generation drugs.Tell your healthcare provider if you have any side effects while taking RYTARY.
Tell your healthcare provider if you have ever had an ulcer, because RYTARY may increase your chances of having bleeding in your stomach.Notify your healthcare provider if you become pregnant or intend to become pregnant during therapy or if you intend to breast-feed or are breast-feeding an infant.Make sure you tell your healthcare provider about all of the prescription and non-prescription medications you take, including supplements, and especially those for Parkinson’s disease, heart disease, blood pressure, abnormal thoughts, tuberculosis, and sleep problems, and supplements containing iron.Other sedating medicines and alcohol taken together with RYTARY may have additional sedative effects.Tell your healthcare provider if you have any kind of sleep disorder or are experiencing drowsiness or sleepiness.
Rise slowly after sitting or lying down for a prolonged period.