Namzaric - A New Medicine For Early Onset Dementia And Memory

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Lou Lou Says:
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Has anyone heard of side effects associated with a relatively new dementia/memory pill called Namzaric? My aunt has dementia and it seems to be getting worse rather than better on this new pill prescribed by her long-time doctor. Any info will help. Thanks.

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Verwon Says:

Namzaric contains Memantine and Donepezil, according to FDA listings, and they do warn that it has been known to cause confusion, nervousness, hallucination, depression, insomnia, and personality disorders. Sadly, many of these medications can cause they same problems they are supposed to help with, and they add some additional adventures in, as well.

What type of symptoms is she currently experiencing?

There is a chance that her dementia is getting worse, and it may not be due to the medication, but only a doctor can figure that out.

What dosage is she taking? Is she on any other medications?

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