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galantamine hydrobromide medication

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Razadyne: Razadyne would require a prescription from a physician.

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Somewhat: It is moderately effective in slowing the worsening course of the cognitive disorders of the disease.
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Complementary drugs: Galantamine (galantamine hydrobromide) & memantine work through different mechanisms and are complementary, not an either-or choice. The two doses you ... Read More
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Hard to say for sure: Some seniors deny memory problems & accuse others when they misplace items also seniors have many losses--strength, vision, hearing, eyesight, finance ... Read More
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No: They work the same way. Use one or the other not both together.
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Unimpressed: I'm unimpressed with any single medication as sole treatment strategy to thing as complex as cognition whether for Dementia, Bipolar, etc. Exception w ... Read More
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Dr. Silviu Pasniciuc
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Best: Would be to get it through your prescriber. Other options such as paid consult on Health Tap or Urgent care are less optimal. Controlled substances ar ... Read More
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Your decision: It is your decision whether or not you wish to share this information. I think it is fine to be candid.
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Dr. Michael Amster
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Antibx and resp: While flippant, generally most kids who are admitted to the hospital are suffering an infection of some kind or having respiratory issues. So antibiot ... Read More
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Dr. Trajko Bojadzievski
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Contact your doctor: If you are feeling weak and dizzy upon standing up it could indeed be low. Contact your doctor for a dosing adjustment or perhaps investigating other ... Read More

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