Does Ebixa interact with Ecosprin Gold, Alprax and Nebistar?
Thanks for the query.
I have read your query and understand your concern.
You can easily give ebixa ( MEMANTINE ) to your mother as it doesn't have any interaction with the medicines she is already taking.
There is no need to stop any medicine.
The most common side effects on longterm uses are...
Headache,constipation,drowsiness,dizziness ,confusion,fatigue,loss of appetite etc.
Consult your doctor in case patient develops any of above symptoms.
I hope it helps,however you are most welcome to revert to me for any further query.
Best of luck
There is no problem in getting the PET CT done.
Old age and low weight is not a bar to it.
Serum creatinine levels are normal.
PET CT requires very small amounts of radioactive materials called as radio tracers and their bad effect is as good as neglible.
Similarly allergic reactions to radio tracers are also very rare and hence nothing to be worried about.
In nutshell there is no harm in getting the PET CT done.
Lack of movement and less intake of fibre and water adds to the constipation which in itself is a problem in old age.
DUPHALAC ( LACTULOSE ) is an osmotic laxative and softens the stool.
It is a safe laxative and can be used longterm without any harm.