I have had three days on Namenda now and I have to report a positive experience so far. First of all this med does make me tired and it is getting better as I get used to it being in my system. The biggest difference on this med is that my T does not spike much at all, even after work which is when it is the loudest for me usually. The last two nights of my work week (I work nights Mon. thru Thurs.) I noticed my T was not spiking and driving me bonkers! So far the three days I have been on Namenda my T has been softer and only a ring, hardly any pulsating swooshing at all. The pulsating swooshing is what really drives me batty! But the spiking and swooshing has for the most part stopped. Just a constant tolerable ring in mostly my left ear and I am sure it is my right, but just so faint now. My T is still there but much more tolerable. I hope for more improvements. I am thrilled with the results at three days out. I say that this drug may help some people with T and in my opinion worth a try. If your doctor will not let you try it and you really want to, I would move on and find a doctor that is open to it.
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