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Most of us have grown used to taking over-the-counter (OTC) drugs, even if it's a daily aspirin now prescribed to many people as they age, or allergy medications for hay fever or animal allergies. In general, these drugs have been proven safe when taken as directed, or they wouldn't have gained approval to be sold without a prescription.

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I'm so happy this worked out for her. It's a much overlooked problem, and think what a relief the real solution was for everyone.
Take care!
Carol

This happened to my sister-in-law's mother. She was taking a variety of drugs for several medical conditions. Her memory became very bad, and she was diagnosed with dementia. Fortunately, a doctor thought to take her off meds, and the "dementia" disappeared.

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