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    aggressive

    Olanzaprine Has greatly reduced my wife's aggressive turns. Nay be mention it to GP
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    Does donepezil cause increase labido

    Olanzaprine This has greatly reduced my wife's inappropriate behaviour. Maybe mention it to your GP
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    Violence.

    Olanzaprine Greatly helped my wife. Downside she now has a water retention problem but at least I can go to sleep without needing a stab jacket.
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    is this a sign

    Sorry but the answer is yes As heading
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    Person A versus person B

    You start off with person A but end up with person B. But what about the 'soul'. Is there anything of person A? Do we have person B living in the body of person A? I. Am now living with someone who looks like my wife. I feel like a carer looking after some 'old lady'. Is this wrong?
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    New to this site partner recently with dementia

    Loss of inhibitions My wife had turns when she would talk in a very inappropriate way and keep accusing me of affairs. However the medication has helped greatly so make sure if that problem starts see the docs straight away. Hope that helps at least a bit.
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    Having my wife back

    Nice to hear These occasional moments are to be treasured
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    Hi, I'm new here... My husband is 58 with Alzheimer

    Change of behaviour is the most difficult aspect The aggressive moments I find the most challenging
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    What does OH mean? I see this in the threads often, I assume it is an acronym.

    Surely it's creating a new language. Why? Old moaner again here. Surely if you replace English words with acronyms you are creating a new language? Why? I know I can look up the meanings but you could do the same if we all posted in German for example. It just adds a layer of complication and...
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    What does OH mean? I see this in the threads often, I assume it is an acronym.

    Why not just say Other Half? Seems a bit click 'ish to me. Why not just say Other Half? Seems a bit click 'ish to me.
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    Have we all read this?

    http://www.ageuk.org.uk/Documents/EN-GB/Factsheets/FS10_Paying_for_permanent_residential_care_fcs.pdf?dtrk=true
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    Have we all read this?

    http://www.ageuk.org.uk/Documents/EN-GB/Factsheets/FS10_Paying_for_permanent_residential_care_fcs.pdf?dtrk=true
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    What does OH mean? I see this in the threads often, I assume it is an acronym.

    Can anyone please enlighten me and can we all refrain from using exclusive shorthand?
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    aggressive

    Olanzaprine and sertraline My wife has been out on low dose of the above and the aggression is much reduced. Hope this helps.
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    newbie

    Olanzapine and sertraline Hope this helps but doc put my wife on low dose of above and the aggression is much reduced. Down side is that she now has swollen ankles but life in this house is much calmer (at least for the moment)!
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    Old Films

    My wife can no longer understand most current TV programs and certainly not any modern films. Tonight we watched an old Norman Wisdom film (a stitch in time) and lo and behold she understood and really enjoyed it. We had a nice evening and a good laugh for once.
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    Hi l'm new

    Medication My wife is now on Sertraline (anti depressant) and Olanzaprine. This has greatly helped and the inappropriate behaviour is greatly reduced. Mainly I think due to the Olanzaprine. However it has caused her ankles to swell a bit. Thus is common so doc says.
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    Hi l'm new

    My wife has this and alzheimers My wife has this and alzheimers. What do you want to know?