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Hello, folks. My friend has been recently diagnosed with Restless leg syndrome. I think it is not associated with Parkinson’s syndrome in his case. He got pramipexole as therapy. I would like to know something more about this medication. I would really appreciate if someone could help me with this. Thanks.

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Hello. Pramipexole or Mirapax as a brand name is often used for treating restless leg syndrome (RLS). It is a dopamine receptors agonist. It binds for these receptors and activates them. The lack of dopamine is one of the causes for extrapyramidal syndromes such as RLS or Parkinson’s syndrome. I hope it will help your friend. As you probably now, not every RLS is related to Parkinson’s disease. I am glad this is your friend’s case. Good luck! I hope I’ve helped a little! Bye!
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