Citicoline Sodium 500 Mg

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Please inform in details about the medicine CITISTAR containing Citicoline sodium 500 mg. I have been prescribed this medicine twice a day. Please inform about the purpose and any side effect of the medicine. Mumbai, India.

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Chandrawati Dewan Says:

Doc tells that she sufers from dementia and alzimier disease. She has been precribed to take Citistar 500mg twice a day. Any side effect and what does it do?

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Verwon Says:

Citicoline is a mental stimulant that is believed to help with cognitive impairment and mental alertness. In the U.S. it is commonly used in energy drinks.

Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness and insomnia.

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sumy Says:
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Can citicoline helps to treat cardiovascular accident???

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Abdul haseeb Says:

Dear sir i have a qustion that is the citicolone sodium tablet 500mg is the same with braincit tablets

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Padmaiah Says:
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Citicolinr sodium 500 using daily twice i fee showering is this side effect or any one

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