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Alzheimer's disease (alzheimer's disease (ad) is the most common form of dementia, a neurologic disease) can be treated by Aricept, Namenda, Exelon, Donepezil, Galantamine hydrobromide (latest reports from 386 Alzheimer's disease patients)
Muscle cramps (painful sensations caused by muscle contraction) has been reported by people with breathing difficulty, thrombocytopenia, weakness, blood alkaline phosphatase increased, memory loss (latest reports from 10,483 Muscle cramps patients).
On Jul, 16, 2016
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Hi, I've been on Protonix now for about 10 months after having gallbladder surgery last September. The following December I began having spasms in the back of the thighs, knees and calves. Drs. can't seem to tell me if it's the Prontonix or not. So, I'm trying to wean myself off. Any suggestions while doing so?
I have started taking Desmopressin about 2 months ago. I started experiencing muscle cramps about 2 weeks later...in the strangest places, some of them being around my mouth, my rib areas & of course fingers/toes. Since I had the problem of dehydration before taking this drug & experienced ...
Have osteoporosis and cerebellar ataxia. Will stop alendronic acid in September. My ataxia causes leg cramps - in ham-strings. Qunine has beed suggested, perhaps by drinking a glass of tonic water daily.
I have been having pain and bad cramps in my groin legs and feet. I wear insoles that don't help and pain killers don't work. My doc is sending me for physio just wondering if anyone else is going through this
My mom, an 86 1/2 person with Alzheimer, has been on Prolia for about 2-3 years. She has not always been administered the medication every six months as prescribed due to health care plan and the infussion center issues. Her very low T score showed a significant (as per her MD) improvement in ...
patient diagnosed with alzheimers since 2004.she recently developed the awake bruxism. I just began giving her 10 mg of buspirone. it appears to be somewhat effective but not quite as I expected. from reading I've seen that galatamine helps.
Hi, I've been on Protonix now for about 10 months after having gallbladder surgery last September. The following December I began having spasms in the back of the thighs, knees and calves. Drs. can't seem to tell me if it's the Prontonix or not. So, I'm trying to wean myself off. Any ...
My son has Osteopetrosis...He has been having frequent muscle spasms which get very painful for him... Just anted to see if anybody has experienced that & if there is any remedy that might help manage the situation better from pain management perspective.. anything that can be done to minimize ...
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