Citicoline Cholinerv 500 Mg

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eds Says:


what is the therapeutic effects of the cholinerv? what is the differents betwen the zynapse and cholinerv in terms of their effects?



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Verwon Says:

They both contain Citicoline as their active ingredient, so there would be no real difference in their affects.

Citicoline is often given to help with cognitive function and improve memory problems.

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ermenilda Says:

Does cholinerve help increase blood flow in the eyes? thanks for the reply.

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romas Says:
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When your patient had a partial infarction, how long does he needs to take citicoline cholinerv 500? He had his stroke nov 17, 2014 and he's still taking this drug. He took 1tab 2x aday for the first 3 months. And he's now taking this drug 1 OD. Could he stop it now?

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John harden Says:

I was given this drug from a pharmacy by mistake and took it for 1 week I pill every twelve hours is there any harm that I too this and did not need it.


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odelyn Says:

Does cholinerv require a prescription or is it available over the counter?



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Jane Says:
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I have had bells palsy for 1 year already...I cant still move the left side of my face but i can now close my left eye.. Can i use cholinerv?

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Jade Says:
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Older folks are ruthless haha! I'm just assuming because I don't usually say things that make people just really think... how do I tie my shoes in the morning haha! Ohhh but my husband does and he loves it

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