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Name: Layne
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hi I just had a visit with the doc and a new med is out. They use it to treat autism. I guess now it is working on adhd. My son takes ritalin and straterra. this med is Namenda, they said they add the med to the two already being taken then take away the others eventually. the goal is to only take the one. There are no side effects Im told. Anyway any of you heard of this please reply
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Name: Alice | Date: May 2nd, 2006 10:59 PM
Namenda is used for the treatment of moderate to severe Alzheimer's Disease. 

Name: Layne | Date: May 2nd, 2006 11:52 PM
Annals of Neurology september 2004- The drug background:Autistic spectrum disorder- Adhd,Austism.
Tenex another drug used for adhd was a high blood presure drug. Strattera was shelfed for 10 years before being used for adhd. and has the same properties as antidepresent drugs. but was not intended for adhd.i could see the conection to alzheimers also Being a nerological disorder . adhd effects the same part of the brain. its all very scary isnt it? 

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