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Dementia - My husband has had 2 major strokes, chooses not to walk and has become very sensitive to?
Added 29 Dec 2012:
apparently my question didn't get completely printed. I'll try again. My husband has dementia caused by 2 major strokes and a severe concussion from a fall. He's on several medicines, one being asacol for Chrohns disease. He's become very sensitive to touch and has become quite violent when his care giver is moving him. He has chosen not to walk since May, so a Hoyer lift is used to get him to wheel chair and bed. Does asacol cause any of these problems. If not what medicine is used to control these issues?
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