Amantadine

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Amantadine is an antiviral and antiparkinsonian medication.[1][2] It is used to treat or prevent certain strains of flu (influenza A) in adults and children.[2]

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Amantadine is a suggested treatment for fatigue in the Canadian Consensus Criteria, but side effects can be severe in ME/CFS patients.[1]

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adverse reaction Any unintended or unwanted response to a treatment, whether in a clinical trial or licensed treatment. May be minor or serious.

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