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User Reviews for Galantamine

Also known as: Razadyne, Razadyne ER, Reminyl

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Alzheimer's Disease 8 reviews 27 medications
   
7.9
Summary of Galantamine reviews 8 reviews 7.9

Reviews for Galantamine

For Alzheimer's Disease: "Many times when I take this capsule in the morning, and have a bowel movement after that on the same morning, I see the pill come out in the feces whole, same color, undisturbed looking, and wondering if it has done any good at all. I have asked pharmacist and they say it is possible that it has worked some. That's hard to believe. Even my doctor says that. That is still hard to believe. Capsules usually are absorbed, aren't they? I have been told that I have Mild Cognitive Impairment."

   
4.0

preacherman 11 April 20, 2017

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For Alzheimer's Disease: "My 75 yr. old dad started this medicine a little over a week ago and I can already tell a difference. He is in the moderate stages of Alzheimer's and has not been able to talk more than a few words without forgetting what he's saying for well over a year now. He started taking 4 mg. twice a day and he is actually able to tell me about his day without forgetting a word! His overall mood is improved also. I know it won't last forever but I am very happy with the results of this medicine so far. I have a little glimpse of my dad back and he's had no side effects. Very happy with this medicine!"

   
10

Beemama (taken for less than 1 month) February 13, 2017

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For Alzheimer's Disease: "My dad was on this for 5 years he advanced in stages and it still improved his mind once he was taken off the medication at the hospital and had a significant decline - they started him back on it and started to improve. I would recommend this to talking to your doctor about it."

   
10

Daddys princess warrior November 6, 2015

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For Alzheimer's Disease: "Reminds me of Adderall but only a natural way to acquire the same or a similar effect. I am in the process of speaking with my grandmothers doctor to see if she can take it for her Alzheimer's."

   
10

from utica ny June 4, 2011

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For Alzheimer's Disease: "My husband is 69 and has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's and dementia. He started this medication about two weeks ago. He is already showing signs of improvement. He is able to read and comprehend what he reads. He is able to follow along in a conversation again, and he gives good input into the conversation while it is going on. We would recommend this medication to anyone who is thinking about using it."

   
7.0

Anonymous September 24, 2010

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For Alzheimer's Disease: "My 81 yr old dad has been on it for 4 months and there's been a marked improvement in function and mood and alertness. Memory improvement is small but he's improved much. He's not like a zombie anymore...he's in early stages. I would recommend this."

   
9.0

Anonymous January 24, 2010

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Razadyne ER (galantamine) for Alzheimer's Disease: "My dad is 82 years old and was started on Razadye ER. It was like an 82 year old on crystal meth. He hasn't slept in three days or nights."

distressed daughter April 27, 2009

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Razadyne ER (galantamine) for Alzheimer's Disease: "It this drug has sovled the problem of hundreds of thousands of Alzheimers sufferers across America and England. Then all I can do is give you a 10/10."

   
10

linkspider December 6, 2008

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