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3years back i took epilepsy and bipolar disorder meds with was due to ill-description of my acts dr prescribed me those meds which i took for a month than stopped it suddenly since than i have short term long term basic things like what i ate last night or what i have a conversation an hour while ago and all i have hard time remembering it recalling things and all Can u please help me out give me tips and say me do i need to see a neurologist or a psychiatrist or something or and tips and all will work am I suffering from any minor or major prefrontal cortex damage or something?
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The medicines u mention have no such side effects. You need a proper evaluation Visit or consult online.
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Thank you for your question. First of all you are thinking much about your illness. It creates unnecessary pressure on you.  You have not told about epileptic attacks. Lots of thing still left in your history. But don't worry It will be sort out.
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You should see any psychiatrist immediately in order to review your medicines.
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Should be care ful for Epilepsy also. Treat simultaneously by doctor if actually epilepsy there. Hope it helps.
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Consult a psychiatrist... And don't google stuff it can only mislead you..
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