... mamantine and escitalopram
Not entirely sure what the question is here, but either drug could be the cause.
A quick Google shows that hyponatraemia seems to be infrequently reported with memantine and a case of SIADH has been reported with escitalopram. In fact, divaproex seems to have a few cases of SIADH but as the patient was on it for 20 years I would assume this isn't the cause.
Please see 2013 guidelines by Verbalis et al in the American Journal of Medicine for more information on hyponatraemia.
Disclaimer: I am not a doctor. I have some experience of SIADH in my work as a scientific writer.
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