Would you have Cytomegalovirus gastrointestinal infection when you have Dementia alzheimer's type?
Summary: there is no Cytomegalovirus gastrointestinal infection reported by people with Dementia alzheimer's type yet.
We study people who have Cytomegalovirus gastrointestinal infection and Dementia alzheimer's type from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Dementia alzheimer's type
Dementia alzheimer's type (loss of mental ability with alzheimer's symptom) can be treated by Aricept, Namenda, Exelon, Donepezil. (latest reports from 13,063 Dementia Alzheimer's Type patients)
Cytomegalovirus gastrointestinal infection
Cytomegalovirus gastrointestinal infection (virus infection of stomach and intestine) has been reported by people with immunodeficiency disorders, kidney transplant, acromegaly, ulcerative colitis, heart transplant. (latest reports from 76 Cytomegalovirus gastrointestinal infection patients)
On Jan, 4, 2015: No report is found.
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- Celexa, xanax and restoril combo caused an immediate onset of dementia in my 79 year old father (1 response)
My father has been on Celexa for years now. 2 months ago, my mother (his wife of 50 years) passed away. My father immediately had anxiety and sleeping problems that accompanied his anxiety. His doctor prescribed, on top of the Celexa, Restoril for sleep, and Xanax during the day. Over a period of 1 month, my father has become confused, wets himself, doesn't understand the concept of a phone call and hangs up on me while he is in mid-sentence.... cries in panic, doesn't understand conversations, forgets the day... All of the things a progressed Alzheimer's patient would show... but this, again, has all taken place in literally 2 weeks. NOW... he has increased his Xanax from .75 MG throughout the day to 1.5 MG throughout the day... Which is not that much from my own research. But then when I DID the research, it stated that this combo, as well as Xanax, in general, can increase your chances on developing dementia if you are over the age of 65.
I wanted to see if anyone else had experienced this sudden change in behavior, and also if it is reversable with the removal of these medications in his life...
Thank you, in advance.
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