Apo – Go Injection Solution Iceren Ampul 50 Mg

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50 Mg/5Ml 5X5Ml



Generic Name (Ingredient)

Each Ampoule Contains 50 Mg Of Apomorphine Hydrochloride As Active Ingredient. The Total Amount Of The Solution Is 5 Ml.

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1 review for Apo – Go Injection Solution Iceren Ampul 50 Mg

  1. Jason

    Looking for pricing on Apo-Go (apomorphine) 50mg/5ml vials. Shipping to USA

    • WikiKenko - Health Encyclopedia

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      Hello Jason, this is WikiKenko.

      Apo-Go Injection Solution is a brand name for apomorphine hydrochloride which is used for Parkinson’s disease. It is given by injection and treatment with apomorphine will be started in hospital or a specialist clinic. The main side-effects are feeling sick (nausea), feeling sleepy, and injection site reactions.

      Apo-Go Injection Solution is a prescription-only medication. You should consult with a doctor in the USA to obtain a prescription and purchase it from a licensed pharmacy. Prices for medications can vary depending on factors such as location and availability. To access the latest prices, kindly log in.

      Some common side effects of Apo-Go Injection Solution include feeling sick (nausea), feeling sleepy, and injection site reactions. Other side effects may include yawning, drowsiness/somnolence, dyskinesias, dizziness/postural hypotension, rhinorrhea, vomiting, hallucination/confusion, and edema/swelling of extremities.

      If you experience any side effects while taking Apo-Go Injection Solution, you should consult with your doctor.

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