Memory loss is found among people with Pneumonia, especially for people who are female, 50-59 old, take medication Avelox and have Pneumonia. We study 118 people who have Memory loss and Pneumonia from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Pneumonia can be treated by Levaquin, Prednisone, Azithromycin, Avelox, Levofloxacin (latest reports from 126,781 Pneumonia patients)
Memory loss has been reported by people with drowsiness, confusional state, diarrhea, fall, insomnia (latest reports from 76,274 Memory loss patients).
On Aug, 27, 2016
118 people who have Pneumonia and Memory Loss are studied.
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Hi there - I'm a Ovarian stage 3c Cancer survivor who was on an Avastin trial for 1-1/2 years. It has been 3 years now since my last injection. I really am doing remarkably well except for I am really having memory problems. I know how LUCKY I am - wondering if anyone out there has linked the Avastin with the memory problems?
Basically I am wanting to know if my suspicions are correct. Does Lamotrigine affect your brain and give one symptoms of dementia? If that is true then I can reverse those symptoms of dementia by not taking the drug lamotrigine. Also the other brain foods which help the brain will reverse ...
I am going to come off this awful inhaler, I have never felt so rough in all my days. Whilst it was great when asthma was severe, as a controller, it stopped my symptoms and I could breathe but now I think it is rubbish. I am feeling terrible. I get tight chested, and feel out of it and really ...
Hi took Lipitor for 4 weeks and my partner lost his memory 12 months ago. It has improved but he has developed masked facies and still has memory problems and behaviour problems. Has anyone had this type of experience from Lipitor? thanks
Hi all, This is a question about my mum. She is in her mid 70's and developed TN some 10 plus years ago, it was initially managed with tegretol until she became severely allergic to that and many other pills. She had neuro surgery where they covered the nerve in Teflon and she was pain free ...
Hi there - I'm a Ovarian stage 3c Cancer survivor who was on an Avastin trial for 1-1/2 years. It has been 3 years now since my last injection. I really am doing remarkably well except for I am really having memory problems. I know how LUCKY I am - wondering if anyone out there has linked the ...
I have been talking Norvasc for almost 2 years, i had bad headaches for many years and since trying Norvasc my headaches are mostly gone. But I think it is causing memory loss. I would like feedback from others, thanks
I am on 2000 mg of Keppra per day and I have experienced short-term memory loss. My memory seems to be on my "hard drive" still but I have difficulty pulling it up on to my "RAM", if you will. Other similar experiences?
Hi. I have schizoaffective disorder bipolar type and I have always struggled with being forgetful. Every day it a struggle to keep things together. I forget things on a daily basis and lose something almost every day. I work in mental health and it is interfering in my work. It causes me ...
Anout 2 years ago my urologist prescribed Vesicare. Some six month later, my wife and I noticed that my short term memory was starting to get bad. Now it is definitively worse and under suggestion of my neurologist zi stopped using this medication. What are the histories of other former user of ...
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