Axona

Last Update February 1, 2016
Category: Dietary supplement
Caprylidene (trade name Axona) is a medical food that was approved in March 2009 by the Food and Drug Administration (United Sta...
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s there were no side effects with Axona, but my mother is e...
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" Will Side Effects of Axona Go Away? My mother's neurologist told us there were no side effects with Axona, but my mother is ...be permanent ? She takes the Axona with water at breakfast... "

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are a couple of clinical trial on Axona and Alzheimer's...
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" ...success with it (the main side effect seems to be gastrointestinal problems). ...have used MCT oil and Axona (a medical food). All three ...the APOE 4 gene. There are a couple of clinical trial on Axona... "

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ny have had gastro problems with Axona - most likely be...
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" ...- if you do start her on the Axona, be sure to start out ...slowly increase. Many have had gastro problems with Axona - most likely because they ...of cooperation and any unknown side effects and my stomach... "

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olesterol on it until we started Axona. She has valvular he...
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" ...bother your legsmy mother has high cholesterol, but also high HDL, ...never been happy with the side effects She's been on the Lipitor for several years. She ...AMAZING cholesterol on it until we started... "

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en, but for now keeping him on the Axona. You can go to Ax...
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" ...Memes My husband has been on Axona about one year. In the beginning he had some side effects,nausea and bloating. the doctor said ...is not sure that the Axona is responsible for the changes... "

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h of adverse side effects. Has he discussed this with you?...
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" Where did he get the idea Exelon only works for 1-1/2 years? I've ...cause a bunch of adverse side effects. Has he discussed this with you? Axona IS beneficial to Alzheimer's patients... "

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e either has BAD side effects OR it works great for a...
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" ...than when she 1st started on Lexapro. I noticed a significant ...Grandma, she either has BAD side effects OR it works great for ...goes bad or does nothing. Axona, low dose exelon patch ,... "

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daily, as well as Axona and Lexapro (EOAD). He has become...
| thealzheimerspouse.com
" ...a week ago; also taking 10mg Namenda twice daily, as well as Axona and Lexapro (EOAD). He has become generally more “out of it” and confused, has been more nauseous and is eating much less, and... "

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d some side effects on beginning Exelon patch for a fe...
| www.alzconnected.org
" ...months later, a geriatrician prescribed Namenda in a dose-pak that ...20 mg. I had some side effects on beginning Exelon patch for ...EOAD. The neurologist offered me Axona which I declined to take... "

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ek on Axona, I noticed improvement, and within 2 weeks was...
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" Jamie, Here's my experience with Axona: I was diagnosed in ...patch since then. I started Axona in December 2011 when ...After a week on Axona, I noticed improvement, and within 2 weeks... "

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