Admenta 10 mg
Admenta is an Alzheimer's Disease medication that reduces the actions of chemicals in the brain that may acts as factors in bringing about the symptoms of this disease. Admenta is prescribed for the treatment of moderate to severe dementia of the Alzheimer's type.
Do not take Admenta if you are allergic to it. Notify your doctor in advance if you are allergic to any other drugs or if you have any of the following conditions: epilepsy or seizure disorders, cataract, liver or kidney disease, or a bladder or kidney infection. Having any of these conditions may require dose adjustments from the normal dosage of Admenta.
Admenta can impact your thinking and reflexes. Be extra careful when you drive or do activities which require a high degree of mental awareness. Admenta is an FDA pregnancy category B drug. It is not expected to be harmful to an unborn baby when taken during pregnancy. It is not known whether Admenta can pass into breast milk and harm a nursing baby. You must notify your doctor beforehand if you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant or breast feeding.
Before taking Admenta, take care of all precautions and points mentioned above and discuss them with your doctor. Clarify any doubts you may have regarding this medication.
Take Admenta exactly as prescribed by your doctor. All medications come with a patient leaflet with complete instructions and details. Refer it for any doubts. Do not alter the course of Admenta in any way (do not take more or less than the prescribed dosage). Also do not take it after the period for which the medication was prescribed is over. You may take Admenta with or without food. Take it with a full glass of water. Always store Admenta in a cool and dry place.
Do not miss a single dose of Admenta. However, if you miss a dose, take it as soon as your remember it. Do not take the missed dose if the time to take the next dose is almost up. Instead continue with the original schedule. Never take multiple doses closer to each other. In case of an overdose of Admenta, get emergency medical attention or call the Doctor immediately. Overdose may cause restlessness, drowsiness, unusual behavior, hallucinations, light headedness, or fainting.
Follow any diet and activity restrictions advised by your doctor strictly, especially with regards to any activity that requires a high level of mental alertness. Admenta can impact your thinking ability and reflexes. This may make activities like driving daunting and tough, so be extra careful.
Some common and less serious side effects of Admenta are dizziness, hallucinations, confusion, loss of coordination, seizures, fainting, joint pain, anxiety, swelling in hands or feet, constipation, and headache. If any of these side effects continue for a long time and deteriorate, seek medical attention right away. Admenta rarely causes any serious side effects but if you experience them, stop using the medication and get emergency medical attention. The side effects mentioned thus are not all the possible ones, there may be others.
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