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susan susan_1
I haven't been able to stay focused all my life.The tests showed my brain wasn't giving information. I suffered great hard ach. Then came Exolen I started low dose the very first pill I saw cognitive improvement
It's a miracle drug my brain is normal I get the information
Daily I become more function
Able to remember. Before my memory was good the brain didn't share like blank spaces
I suffered
Now I have a life I still can't believe it
I'm going to be 56 in a few days and suffered all my life.
It's a new world and I'm in it.Im now on 13. Mg as the results improved and platos would come like this is it.
Well it wasn't I'm pretty smart and able to use my brain better then ever
I recommend any one suffering cognitive issues try this
It's not limited to just Alzheimer or dementia
Ty

MegD
memory loss
noticed that I have been forgetting names, phone numbers etc. have been on 200 mg Celebrex for nearly a month. Helps with pain but I am stopping it today. Scary.
Phyllis
June 5, 2015
I just stopped taking celebrex about a month ago,I was on it for a few years..i noticed memory loss about 6 months ago..do you know if once you go off it it goes away...

Rod80
Evavil
I have horrible headaches which cause unbearable pain. At my doctors advice I was given the drug "Elavil" or the generic name of "Amitriptylene" My headaches subsided and this drug was a godsend since nothing else would stop the pain. After awhile of being on this medication I noticed that I found that I had a hard time remembering things. I thought that with time, I'd get used to the Elavil's negative effects as far as my memory. I still take the Elavil mainly because without this medicine, the headaches would continue and the pain is unbearable.
I just hope they come up with another med soon to take it's place that does not affect the memory. Thanks for listening.....

reconsidered
Thank to all.
Just got a MS diagnosis although I declined spinal tap and have been researching this disease ever since. In fact , I requested LDN from my neuro. I could tell he was somewhat perplexed by my request. A big thanks goes to Knuckle for his info on CA-AEP. I have not tried it yet but it sounds like a dream. since I am also a Type 2 diabetic. My biggest issues are fatigue and short term memory loss. Provigil helps but I might be missing something here. Have never heard of recent-recall remedies.

dave riobertson
MELATONIN AND MEMORY LOSS
I had nasty chills followed by nasty nausea; stopped taking and seriously disabling memory loss followed. I very strongly suspect causes are from Melatonin. I AM IN ON ANY CLASS ACTION SUIT.

Leslie
Why so forgetful ? Haven't had a real laugh in years.
Hi, I am a 53 year old woman. I don't think I am terribly depressed these days (in comparison to years of not getting out of bed), but I do have days where I cry for nothing. I am scared with my memory problem these days. Every time is top an activity to do something else, I forget to go back to the original thing. Ie..getting ready to feed the dog...someone knocks on door...I forget that I never fed the dog. Last week I went to give her a treat. I opened the bag...then closed the bag, the dog was still staring at me and I realized I may not have given her the treat. I asked my Mom and she said I didn't. If I have something in my hand, I will automatically start to swallow it, like when I am taking one of my medicines or my many vitamins...that one is scary. I have to concentrate to put out my nightly medicine of three different pills, before I take any so I don't forget which ones I have taken. If I don't check my text messages right when it rings, I will forget about it...the list goes on and on and it gets really scary because, it seems to be getting worse.
I also have a very hard time falling asleep but once I am asleep I can sleep for 7,8,9,10 hours or more and I never want to get back up.
I am taking Imipramine. I started it for depression but now I try to take it at night to help me sleep. I take 2 50mgs. I have just started taking Trazadone 50mg at night and one sublingual melatonin at night. I take 2 Pentasa 4 times a day 500 mg for Crohns Disease and I take 3 sublingual Suboxine strips for my chronic pain for the Crohns and Arthritus.
I have to stay away from any Narcotics or meds like Xanax, which I use to take for pain and anxiety but they almost ruined my life. I was also on Ambien CR for years and that caused me so many problems that I am sure my family prefers that I am just forgetful now. Believe me, in comparison this is a blessing. However, I don't want to switch symptoms, I want to be safe in my own house and this forgetfulness REALLY bothers me! Soon my last child will leave home and I will be alone. I scare myself now. When I no longer have someone who can tell me things like..."you left the kitchen water on" or "stove" ect ect... That could be a big disaster. If it is from something I am taking, I would like to change this.
Please help. Thanks., Leslie

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I have glaucoma - is there any medication that will lower the pressure without my eyes looking like I'm doing hard drugs?
July 13, 2015
I HAVE RED EYES OF MORING , AND I AM ON Latanoprost 0.00% EVERY NIGHT AT BEDTIME. . There ISN'T much improvement . Maybe my DOCTOR WILL PUT ME ON RESTASIS. I ALSO HAVE PRESSURE IN MY EYES. THANK YOU

mike61
memory loss with hep-c
I have had this for a while and I couldn't figure out why I could not finish a sentence since I started the lactulose I did better but the time while I had no help and have mental illness as it is but had dealt till the toxins took over my mind, encephalopathy is what it is called. I know this disease can go on forever but still make you so sick you wonder why you can't just be free of it not wanting to sound morbid but death seems better at times for me. I don't live close to anyone so I go through this mostly alone and too many family problems.

mike61
memory loss with hep-c
I have had this for a while and I couldn't figure out why I could not finish a sentence since I started the lactulose I did better but the time while I had no help and have mental illness as it is but had dealt till the toxins took over my mind, encephalopathy is what it is called. I know this disease can go on forever but still make you so sick you wonder why you can't just be free of it not wanting to sound morbid but death seems better at times for me. I don't live close to anyone so I go through this mostly alone and too many family problems.

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Taken for: Anxiety, Depression, Panic Attacks, Withdrawal, Panic
Other names: Alprazolam, Xanax XR, Niravam, Xanor, Alprozolam
Method of use: Pill
Prescribing mode: Rx
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Taken for: Anxiety, Withdrawal, Addiction, Depression*, Insomnia
Other names: Valium, Mogadon, Valrelease, Diastat, Stesolid
Method of use: Injection, Pill
Prescribing mode: Rx
*Off Label
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Taken for: Anxiety, Depression*, Withdrawal*, Panic Attacks, Insomnia
Other names: Clonazepam, Rivotril, Clorazepam, Clonotril, Klonopin Wafer
Method of use: Pill
Prescribing mode: Rx
*Off Label
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Taken for: Depression, Anxiety*, Smoking, Tiredness*, Bipolar Disorder*
Other names: Bupropion, Wellbutrin XL, Zyban, Wellbutrin SR, Budeprion
Method of use: Pill
Prescribing mode: Rx
*Off Label
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Taken for: Depression, Anxiety, Pain*, Bipolar Disorder, Hot Flashes
Other names: Effexor XR, Venlafaxine, Efectin
Method of use: Pill
Prescribing mode: Rx
*Off Label
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Taken for: Insomnia, Anxiety*, Addiction*, Not Sleeping, Withdrawal*
Other names: Zolpidem, Ambien CR, Stilnoct, Stillnox, Edluar
Method of use: Pill
Prescribing mode: Rx
*Off Label
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Taken for: Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Seizures, Anxiety, Epilepsy
Other names: Lamotrigine, Lamictal XR, Lamictal CD, Lamictal ODT Starter (Blue), Lamictal ODT Starter (Green)
Method of use: Pill
Prescribing mode: Rx
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Taken for: Pain, Fibromyalgia, Nerve Pain, Depression*, Anxiety*
Other names: Pregabalin
Method of use: Pill
Prescribing mode: Rx
*Off Label
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Taken for: Migraines, Seizures, Headaches, Weight Loss*, Depression*
Other names: Topiramate, Topiragen
Method of use: Pill
Prescribing mode: Rx
*Off Label
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Taken for: High Cholesterol, Heart Attack, Stroke
Other names: Atorvastatin
Method of use: Pill
Prescribing mode: Rx

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