Strocit 500 Mg

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Strocit 500 Mg
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dr has provided strocit to be taken for my father who is 86 yrs old, he had a stroke in which his left side became lower please provide detils ## Strocit contains the active ingredient Citicoline, it is believed to help with cognitive function and memory impairment. Learn more: Are there any questions or comments? ## neurofagia ## I was adised to take STROCIT-500 mg tablet (twice a day) to counter syringomylia. I have been operated thrice in a span of 23 years to counter this. First, peritonial shunt during 1988, laminectamy during 1993 and stem cell theraphy during Jan 2010. Pl advise / inform me any advanced treatment is available to counter syringomylia by which I am suffering from, difficulty in speaking, swallowing, spitting, double-vision, weakness in grip, no sensation of heat / ... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Citicoline.
Mon, Feb 04 '13, 9:49 PM
Tab Strocit
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Dr has prescribed STROCIT 500 mg tablets 1-0-1 for " Lacunar Infarction ". Need full information on this drug please. ## Strocit contains the active ingredient Citicoline, it is a psychostimulant that is believed to help with mental function and memory impairment. A Lacunar Infarction is a type of stroke, that can be detrimental to your mental cognition and brain function. Learn more: Are there any comments or questions? ## My father is 75 yrd old and had a brain stroke 10 days back. As per MRI report fresh infarct was seen. He is given strocit inj. How long to continue? Dad is going to be discharged tomorrow still we need to continue inj. How long will it take to recover? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Citicoline.
Sun, Aug 17 '14, 8:58 AM
How long should I cont.strocit 500 mg
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After mini stroke i have been advised strocit 500 mg daily twice a day For how long should i take it? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Stroke.
Fri, Sep 02 '16, 3:38 AM
strocit tablet
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tablet contains citicoline sodium equivalent to Citicoline 1000 mg. Colour:yellow oxide of iron ## Information on Strocit is required ## what is the strocit 500mg is good for ## Sorry, I cannot find any information on this. ## How does Strocit 500 tablet help neurology patients? Does it reduce paralytic condition in a person? ## I had first attack of TIA in April, 2008 and second attack in Oct.2008. I am using now Strocit 500 and Aricep 5 mg and Storvas 40mg. Is it ok? ## what is this drug strocit exactly.can you tell me the pharmacology of it??i heard that it is being used in stroke patients ## I need to know why strocit is given to stroke patients and how does it help because my father wants to cut down his dosage. ## Does comsumption of Strocit reduce the function of Male sex hormone... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Citicoline.
Mon, May 23 '16, 1:40 AM
what is the effect of Strocit 500 Mg when consumed for more days
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doctor had prescribed 1-0-1 strocit for 1 month but was taken 2 months. will this cause any sideeffect/harm? if yes please suggest on further action plan. ## Hi Jana, The safety guidelines for this supplement state the following: Strocit (citicoline) seems to be safe when taken short-term (up to 90 days). The safety of long-term use is not known. Most people who take citicoline don't experience problematic side effects. But some people can have side effects such as trouble sleeping (insomnia), headache, diarrhea, low or high blood pressure, nausea, blurred vision, chest pains, and others. If in doubt, I recommend following the dosage suggestions listed below. The following doses have been studied in scientific research: TAKEN BY MOUTH: For decline in thinking skills due to age: 1000... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Citicoline.
Sun, Sep 16 '12, 12:03 AM
Ramipril and coversyl plus
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What is the coversyl plus 4 mg equivalent in Cardace(Ramipril) ## is coversyl 4mg the same as ramipril 10 mg ## my father has cva attack on 07.12.2010, doctor prescribed coversyl plus, what benefit of this tablet, is there any other tablet instead ofCoversyl Plus, and please name other medicine in replace of strocit 500 mg ...
Updated 6 years ago in Ramipril.
Sun, Jul 17 '11, 1:37 AM
I want to know the differences in the medicine I took before and now...or if they same?
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Hi, Sir/Madam Recently, I have had paralysis affect and I was unable to walk properly by one leg though able to walk. I went to doctor in another state and he prescribed me medicine of certain company. Now, when I changed my state and went to another doctor he prescribed me some different named medicine. After cosuming for 5 days, I loose my appetite, I belched/burp like eating some food I do and felt bit dizziness sometimes and the leg that was affected is fine but in another leg I feel there is some problem as I got in another leg before. Plz help and reply asap....thanks!!! Medicines I took before 1. Strocit 500 mg 2. Pantocid 40 mg 3. Fibator 10 mg 4. Glimi M2 5. Clopilet 150mg Medicines I took now where I see some negative side effects: 1. Metformin 500 2. Citicoline(Cgcoline-500) 3. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Metformin.
Sun, Jun 29 '14, 10:34 AM

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