Dopamine agonist drugs

Parkinson's UK
Parkinson's UK
Publication date:
23 July 2014


Dopamine agonist drugs are one of the main ways to treat Parkinson's symptoms.  

Dopamine agonist drugs act like dopamine to stimulate your nerve cells.


Apomorphine is a drug used to manage the symptoms of Parkinson’s. This information sheet looks at the types of apomorphine available,

how it is taken and the advantages and disadvantages of this treatment.


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