Review: could Adrenal insufficiency cause Dementia alzheimer's type?
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Adrenal insufficiency (condition in which the adrenal glands do not produce adequate amounts of steroids) (latest reports from 20,695 patients) can be treated by Hydrocortisone, Cortef, Prednisone.
Dementia alzheimer's type
Dementia alzheimer's type (loss of mental ability with alzheimer's symptom) (latest reports from 25,025 patients) has been reported by people with high blood pressure, osteoporosis, depression, high blood cholesterol, diabetes.
On Aug, 21, 2014: No report is found.
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bigpinch on Aug, 5, 2014:
62 year old Caucasian male. I was prescribed 4 300 mg. capsules of gabapentin to be taken 3 times a day (12 X 300mg/day) to be taken with 3 325 mg. tablets of acetaminophen and 2 50mg.tablets of Tramadol three times daily for lower back pain and bi-lateral osteoarthritis in the hips and knees. I was also prescribed TENS therapy which I apply three times daily for a total of about 4 hours. I have been following this regimen for 6 months. I have experienced significant pain relief and a tremendous improvement in the quality of my life.
I am a Type 2 diabetic prescribed 2 1000 mg. tablets of Metformin and 2 20mg. tablets daily. When diagnosed with Type 2, my A1C was over 10. I changed my diet and with medication have kept my A1C at or below 6.0 for the past 18 months.
The primary response that I have noticed to the gabapentin is that I am more methodical in my thinking than previously.
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Claire on Mar, 2, 2014:
Female 54 years old, Intelligence Researcher, London - I'm very worried, been taking Lyrica for 3 years, side effects were hilarious at first (felt drunk all the time) - now not so funny, My short term memory is useless, I live on my own and feel very scared about the long term effects of this drug I'm on 150mg in the morning and 300mg at night, if I try to cut down my neurology symptoms start up very soon after. I'm daydreaming and forgetting that I'm cooking (burning a lot of stuff) forgetting to get shopping I need, I even had to write an itinerary for the mornings just to get me out the door to work!
BERARD LILIANE on Jul, 8, 2011:
Tous les docteurs disent que le LYRICA ne donne pas l'alzheimer, mais depuis que je l'ai pris et pourtant pas longtemps, je perds la mémoire et j'ai des troubles de la concentration etc..
Help please, est ce que c'est passager ou définitif
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