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I have MS , for over 20 yrs , come and go remision, Now my MS has total affect my brain as if I have Alzheimer (mild) also sometimes like partkinson . Have been on all of the MS meds, my doctors wants to try me on namenda and my Gov't BC and BS will not cover it since I don't have Alzheimers , does any one know how i can see if the drug company can help me with the cost of this drug. I am completly disable can't not work due to the parts of the brain effected by my MS and I feel that I have nothing to lose by trying this drug. My doctor gave a a sample pack but i think you need to take this drug for a time to see if any change. THank you

Namenda to boost tolerance of narcotics

Has anyone been prescribed Namenda along with their narcotic pain medication? I am trying to study the mode of action but it has been 30 yrs since I had chemisty in school and I failed it 2x before I got a tutor to help me pass it. This is straight out of one of the descriptions I found while trying to learn about it. Indications Memantine is indicated for the treatment of the symptoms of moderate to severe Alzheimer's disease.[6][7] Memantine has been associated with a moderate decrease in clinical deterioration in Alzheimer's disease.[7] A systematic review of randomised controlled trials found that memantine has a small positive effect on cognition, mood, behaviour, and the ability to perform daily activities in moderate to severe Alzheimer's disease, but an unknown effec...


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