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(also known as Benztropine)
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Treatment Success Rate

Top 5 Communities
Condition Members Success
Alzheimer's Disease
6
67%
Parkinson's Disease
1
100%
Self-Injury
1
100%
Autism / Autism Spectrum
1
100%
Depression - Teen
1
100%
Overall, 80% (10 Members) find Cognex helpful
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Cognex Reviews

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Working / Worked
Its to take away any of the side affects of the Seroquel and the Abilify
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seems to be helping.
Working / Worked
I think this helps me alot with my tremor.
Working / Worked
zyprexa workin
Not Working
same as above
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Considering
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Discussions

  1. Discussion: Just diagnosed 7/1
    Hi, I have just OMG. I take 120x4 times day Mestinon, also prescribed benztropine(.5MG) which helps with stomach issues. Also on prednisone. All my OM... [More]
  2. Discussion: Doing Excellent.......
    All my friends and other members. I'm doing excellent since the new pill my neurologists started me on few weeks ago (Benztropine). He told us that it... [More]
  3. Discussion: Dyskinesia...............
    My neurologist put me Benztropine 1MG for Dyskinesia. I've noticed considerable improvement in just a couple days. He started me on 1/2 of a tablet fo... [More]
  4. Discussion: Dry Mouth
    Xerostomia-dry mouth. Saliva like substitutes like Xero- Lube, Salivart, Moi-Stir and Orex, or a solution of sodium carboxymethyl cellulose prepared b... [More]
  5. Discussion: Real Hope in the next 5-6 years..or sooner
    Here is another piece of research too. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24107995 Nature. 2013 Oct 17;502(7471):327-32. A regenerative approa... [More]