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Mom takes Naminda in morning and Donepezil at bedtime. This kept her memory loss stable. About three months ago, they discontinued Naminda and she was switched to Naminda XR 28. I have noticed a gradual decline in her memory, where it was a good 4-5 hours and an occasional hiccup, it's now less than an hour sometimes. Walks in room, walks out and has no clue about our conversation a minute later. Has anyone seen the same results with the change in Naminda XR

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thanks Barry L.. Possibly my mom has become immune to it.
Be aware:Mom's doctor cautioned us, a patient can not skip or stop taking this medicine. If there is even a day skip, the memory loss will quickly digress and will continue to decline, even if the patient begins to take the pill on a routine basis.
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We're on Nemenda for the second time. First time mom decided it didn't help and stopped cold turkey. A year later, new Dr said that could increase the memory loss which it did. She continues to decline and has been on Nemenda for two months, this time using a starter pack that gradually increased the dosage to 28 mg. We are still seeing a decline. Just can't say it's the result of Nemenda.
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