... is missing is it used for anything but alzheimers what could she be doing with them?
Wow this is not good at all for one she is nothing but an a employee she should not be touching your dads medication unless its to clean under it. Okay so i looked up the aricept and it has no use for anything else but for alzheimer patients. If i were you i would sit him/her down for a nice chat about this maybe he/she has a sick family member and she cant afford this med. if she/he is young then he/she just doesnt know what they are taking and are doing this recreationally. There is a reason and if i were you i would want to find out what that reason is cause whatever it may be im sure he/she is not comfortable talking to you about it and getting the correct care or help needed for whatever reason they are stealing your fathers medication for. Also may i ask how long she has worked for you and your father? if you cant trust her around important medication for your father then how would you feel about her being around your money. Or taking care of your father for that matter. Cause if you ask me that is not very caring of her to just steal your dads medicine how can she be taking care of him if the number one way to take care of him is to make sure he takes his meds. well he cant take his meds. if she/he keeps stealing them. Hope this helped some you and your dad take care and be safe michelle:)
Everything I've read says there is no such thing as generic aricept yet. The patent is going to expire November 2010 and it doesn't appear that there are any manufacturers ready to produce a generic yet. If you're buying generic Aricept, it may be fake. Regarding the missing aricept - I had some people doing some work in my home and it seemed that some meds were missing. The pharmacist told me that drug addicts will steal anything regardless of what it is.
- Aricept Information for Consumers
- Aricept Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Aricept (detailed)
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