Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 020690/001.

Names and composition

"ARICEPT" is the commercial name of a drug composed of DONEPEZIL HYDROCHLORIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020690/001 ARICEPT DONEPEZIL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
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Answered questions

What is aricept?
my friend gave me this pill to get high and i dont know what it is cane i get high and wate duse it do i have not taken it so plz befor i do Asked by Rubin Burton 1 year ago.

Aricept is: Aricept improves the function of nerve cells in the brain. It works by preventing the breakdown of a chemical called acetylcholine (ah see til KO leen). People with dementia usually have lower levels of this chemical, which is important for the processes of memory, thinking, and reasoning. Aricept is used to treat mild to moderate dementia caused by Alzheimer's disease. Aricept may also be used for other purposes not listed in this medication guide. Aricept side effects Get emergency medical help if you have any of these signs of an allergic reaction: hives; difficulty breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat. Stop using Aricept and call your doctor at once if you have any of these serious side effects: *black, bloody, or tarry stools; *coughing up blood or vomit that looks like blood or coffee grounds; * painful or difficult urination; * seizure (black-out or convulsions); Less serious side effects may include: * nausea, vomiting, diarrhea; * loss of appetite; * muscle cramps; * tired feeling; or * sleep problems (insomnia). Answered by Mary Neloms 1 year ago.

Aricept improves the function of nerve cells in the brain. It works by preventing the breakdown of a chemical called acetylcholine (ah see til KO leen). People with dementia usually have lower levels of this chemical, which is important for the processes of memory, thinking, and reasoning. Aricept is used to treat mild to moderate dementia caused by Alzheimer's disease. Aricept may also be used for other purposes not listed in this medication guide. Answered by Ed Neiderhiser 1 year ago.


Is Aricept used for prevention of alzheimers as well as treatment?
Can Aricept be used as a preventative measure against Alzheimers or is it only used for treatment of an existing case. Asked by Freddie Ohlhauser 1 year ago.

Aricept is brand name for the drug donepezil. Currently, there is no definitive proof that use of donepezil or other similar agents alters the course or progression of Alzheimer's disease. However, 6-12 month controlled studies have shown modest benefits in cognition and/or behavior, such as one published in 1999. Pilot studies have reported that donepezil therapy may potentially have effects on markers of disease progression, such as hippocampal volume. Therefore, many neurologists, psychiatrists, and primary care physicians use donepezil in patients with Alzheimer's disease. In 2005, the UK National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) withdrew its recommendation for use of the drug for mild-to-moderate AD, on the basis that there is no significant improvement in functional outcome; of quality of life or of behavioral symptoms. However, NICE revised its guidelines to suggest that donepezil be used in moderate stage patients for whom the evidence is strongest. While the drug is currently indicated for mild to moderate Alzheimer's, there is also evidence from 2 trials that it may be effective for moderate to severe disease. An example of this is a Karolinska Institute paper published in The Lancet in early 2006, which states that donepezil improves cognitive function even in patients with severe Alzheimer's disease symptoms. Answered by Ria Jendro 1 year ago.

Aricept Used For Answered by Sidney Knispel 1 year ago.


Has anyone tried aricept for pd problems?
Went to new neurologist and was told that my husband has pd with dementia and lewy body so she put him on aricept which is usually used for people with alzhimers .Starting out with 5 mg for the first month to see how he does and then go to 10 mgs. has only been on this for a week so far-wondered if anyone knows... Asked by Farah Alford 1 year ago.

Went to new neurologist and was told that my husband has pd with dementia and lewy body so she put him on aricept which is usually used for people with alzhimers .Starting out with 5 mg for the first month to see how he does and then go to 10 mgs. has only been on this for a week so far-wondered if anyone knows about using aricept for our problem? Answered by Dave Mondello 1 year ago.


Taking an Alzheimer's patient off Aricept?
Doc- NO kidding! I hope, for her sake, that God takes her in much quicker way. My dads passing was good. Long enough for us to really come to terms and spend time, but fast enough to not be a torture for him. I want that for her. Asked by Caleb Vangoff 1 year ago.

Im starting to wonder what the point of prolonging life is when the disease causes day to day life to be so lonely and confusing and miserable. Have you made this choice? Did you notice the progression speed up noticeably? My mom was diagnosed a good 5 years ago and is still in the mild to moderate (I think) stage. But she is getting much worse. Very restless, never eating but always hungry, always trying to get out of the house and be somewhere else, feeling like shes just disappearing....hopeless...crying. And I know its going to get so much worse. She hates her life. Her husband died last year. I really dont see the point in taking a pill to prolong this. Answered by Lashawnda Grannis 1 year ago.

Wow. Lots to say. Aricept does not prolong life, but it may be the reason she is still mild to moderate. Eventually, you as sole caregiver will be umable to cope with wandering. outbursts of violence, etc. But that is not now. Go to a neurologist to get the medication tweaked,and be aware that nerologists in general are sensitive to the needs of people with the disease. Do not try to do this alone. At some point, you as a caregiver may need respite care for your Mom. It may be that she will end in a home, but it may not be. Go at this one day at a time.My grandmother died of pneumonia, but she had Alzheimers diagnosis for twenty one years. At the end she was not cognizant of where she was, so home or no home was not an issue. For over a decade and a half it was good enough for her that we were not going to put her in a home today. Cope in bite-sized chunks, not too far to really know. Most of all be kind to you. You are not the master of her destiny, don't make yourself be. Get by. That is the best you can do. It's a crappy disease. Answered by Katrice Macmahon 1 year ago.

Do you have the authority to make medical decisions for her? If so, you need to discuss this with her doctor. You're proposing to take her off Aricept to speed up the end of her life. Aricept works to improve the symptoms of Alzheimers and improve the quality of the patient's life; it does not prolong that life. Your mother is likely to die of some other health issue rather than Alzheimers. Make an appointment to discuss your mother's health with the neurologist, but without your mother if the visits are distressing to her (and you have someone else who can watch her). Your mother may eventually need nursing home care for her own safety. Answered by Briana Damis 1 year ago.

Aricept does not prolong life, and does not slow the worsening of Alzheimer's disease. It just treats some of the symptoms of mild AD. You should nevertheless discuss your concerns with her doctor. Sorry, this is a very difficult disease for both patient and family. Answered by Russ Kirtdoll 1 year ago.

It isn't a curable ailment i'm afraid. It does most effective get worse. I am so sorry. Additionally it's a 24 hr job caring for a sufferer Your mum must see if she can get some aid considering it's laborious you do not need her to get depressed and worn out. Answered by Malik Farah 1 year ago.

I'm going through this with my mother-in-law who lives with us part of the year. I have no answers, but you do have my sympathy. Dying suddenly from cardiac arrest is looking better and better for me to leave this life. Answered by Derrick Bella 1 year ago.


Is Aricept used for prevention of alzheimers as well as treatment?
Can Aricept be used as a preventative measure against Alzheimers or is it only used for treatment of an existing case. Asked by Tanna Vanriper 1 year ago.

Aricept is used only for the mild forms of Alzheimer's disease. It is non effective to the more advanced forms. It slows the process down on some, but, there is no cure. There is no preventative at this present time. Answered by Keli Giammona 1 year ago.

I was taking care of an elderly family member who was prescribed aricept for dementia and when I was employed by a doctors office he also prescibed it as a preventive, so I guess it can be used for both. Answered by Pansy Sieminski 1 year ago.


My mother has had copd for several years and was doing great until the nursing home put her on aricept ,?
since the aricept was started several weeks ago she went into congestive heart failure ,and was hospitalized ,released on hospice care and told she was gonna die,that her heart was worn out,and its the nursing homes fault she is 70 yrs old Asked by Willis Gallington 1 year ago.

Aricept is given as a treatment for Alzheimer’s. It's not something that would be given by the nursing home unless her doctor ordered it. What has her doctor told you about the cause of her heart failure? Answered by Carri Berbereia 1 year ago.

You cannot blame the nursing home for causing your mother to go into congestive heart failure. Your mother has heart problems from the strain she put on her heart over her COPD. Your mothers heart is worn out because she has difficulty breathing. Its all connected. Aricept is for dementia and has nothing to do with her heart failure. Sorry for your mothers ill health and I wish you the best. Answered by Donnie Backes 1 year ago.


Is aricept the only medicine used to treat alzheimer's disease and dimensia?
i was mistaken i guess. my mother is on namenda which i thought was another name for aricept - i guess i was mistaken. we were wondering if there is a cheaper form of this drug available. Asked by Roxy Maniar 1 year ago.

Aricept is just one of a class of drugs called cholinesterase inhibitors -- others are Razadyne and Exelon. They work by increasing the effectiveness of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, which is decreased in Altzheimer's patients. The drugs work less well over time, but can improve the quality of life for patients in the early to middle stages of the disease. There's another class of drugs that affect glutamate, another neurotransmitter (mentamine is one of these)... They can be taken in addition to a cholinesterase inhibitor. Answered by Nilda Shaull 1 year ago.


My mother is on aricept, and I think it's killing her!!?
I should say she started complaining of nausea and stomach pains when she started on it. I felt so bad bc we put her in assisted living and I was standing behind her when someone asked her why she wouldn't eat. She said, "Because I'm sick". That was when I decided we should send her to the... Asked by Corina Apela 1 year ago.

My mother was put on aricept in the nursing home and suddenly went downhill. She has diarrhea that looks dark like there is blood in it. She has suddenly quit eating completely and if you convince her to take a bite she makes horrible faces and swishes the food in her mouth. She is down to 71 pounds. I would like to hear any other stories. Answered by Jillian Kijak 1 year ago.

I asked the hospital to take her off the aricept today. She has been fine until about 2 weeks ago. She had bladder control and bowel control. Now she has no control, she has an urge to go but it's usually too late.I hope I'm not wrong, but this has just been a sudden spiral after starting aricept. I asked them to try another medicine, but I think they just took her off it for now. Answered by Elmer Chasson 1 year ago.

I should say she started complaining of nausea and stomach pains when she started on it. I felt so bad bc we put her in assisted living and I was standing behind her when someone asked her why she wouldn't eat. She said, "Because I'm sick". That was when I decided we should send her to the hospital. It's probably too late. It may not be the medicine, but she never complained of stomach pains or nausea before she was put on it. Answered by Lizzie Felde 1 year ago.

I'm assuming your mom suffers from alzheimer's? That is terrible and I'm very sorry to hear that. I just lost my Grandmother to alzheimer's over the summer. It is a debilitating disease. She was put on Aricept also. About a month after she had been taking 2 pills a day as perscribed (morning, night). She began to get more "spacey". She was very irritable and rather kept to herself. She was subject to bouts of rage and agression toward her primary care taker, which was my mother. Soon after this began, she couldn't control her bowel movements, resulting in about 3 accidents a day. She began loosing weight, which I think was due to the fact that she would hardly eat at all. And my Gram ALWAYS had a healthy appitite. It got to the point where my mom, dad or myself had to basically force feed her, which ended up with her in a horrible mood. Before we started the Aricept regiment, she was still spacey and "not all there". I understand how alzheimer's effects the body, but it seems as though after taking Aricept it only sped up the process. You should talk to your mother's doctor about these symptoms, which you probably already have. If he/she doesn't satisfy your questions, then get a second opinion. Never settle with Doctors. My grandmother's pretty much shrugged everything off; and now that I look back at that, I can't help but think there was something more we could have done. Again, I'm sorry that your family has been affected by this disease. Stay strong, and work together. It's very hard to handle and it's the family's job to stick together and work through it. Stomach pain, huh? My gram never complained of that..among other things...but unfortunatley there is no reversal pill for dementia and alzeihmers. However there are support groups and studies being done on how to effectivley stop or treat the diseases... Answered by Cherish Whittaker 1 year ago.

It's likely not the aricept, it's likely the dementia for which they prescribed the aricept. At a certain point in dementia development, it really begins to speed up symptomatically. If you are worried about it, there is another drug (namenda) that is used...but typically advanced dementia patients are on both. I'm sorry to hear your story. It is likely without the aricept, things would be moving even faster than they are now. Answered by Rolande Nev 1 year ago.

Omg call the hospital and ask them about it Answered by Gretchen Sakelaris 1 year ago.


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