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Acetylcholinesterase Inhibitors Side Effects
Drug out of China: Huperzine a might have some benefit similar to drugs such as donepezil, rivastigmine, or galantamine, (galantamine hydrobromide) as it too, is a cholinesterase inhibitor. Has received hype in the alternative literature, due to lack of branding and commercial ownership, but it is unlikely to be any better than the above prescription meds. Do not waste money pursuing the "chinese aricept". ...Read more
Can a person take ssri /cipralex/ and acetylcholinesterase inhibitor /donepezil/ at the same time?
Drug Interaction: Checker showed possible mild, clinically insigficant interaction potential. Actual possible sxs- not listed. Answer is yes. ...Read more
Few: Most common side effects are on the label or insert. Most are not common. You can find them on the web at sites such as pub med health.Watch for any drug interactions with your other medications. ...Read more
Age 80: I am not sure I understand your question but at your age (if I read it correctly) you may be having side effects from your own testosterone - such as an enlarged prostate. In that case you must see a Urologist. I cannot think of any reason to consider an estrogen inhibitor for you. ...Read more
Hbp #: if there were to be unwanted side effects for a prescribed ACE inhibitor, would it be more prevalent with an extended release form, or not?
No difference: Side effects form the medication are no different whether given as short- or long-acting. You may feel the effect of the medication more with short-acting forms (such as lightheaded with BP meds as it brings the pressure down). The most common side effect from ace is cough which occurs with either form. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can an ace-inhibitor 20 mg. Tab be cut in half and taken twice daily, instead of one time, since it reduces (it's working) side effects in a patient?
Depends: I agree that twice daily dosing in clinical trials has somewhat better effects on the neuroendocrine system, however many pills are not safe to split--especially extended release formulations. It depends on the manufacturer. Aceon, mavik, (trandolapril) and univasc may be splittable ace inhibitors if you are trying to save money, but please consult your doctor first! don't split non-scored pills! ...Read more
The beta blocker had too many side effects and did not reduce BP well enough. Ace inhibitor is now substituted. Could this reduce the pressure better?
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