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Can Namenda and Exelon be used together? Is this a good pratice?

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19 Jan 2010

Yes, Namenda and Exelon can be taken together. There are no known interactions between these medicines. However, it does not mean that no interactions exist so if you have any odd symptoms please see your doctor.

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