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As we have discussed, these medications do not have adverse effects on the brain. This is what the medical literature says. The neuropsychiatric evaluation is just to confirm for your satisfaction that there is no damage to the brain. A tailor made examination can be conducted for you by these specialists and I am confident that you will pass through with the flying colors.
Let me clear this. We discussed this combination is not known to cause the brain damage. Your MRI does not show any abnormality. This further reinforces that your brain is normal. Still you have some doubts; for that I mentioned that you can have a neuropsychiatric evaluation. I also mentioned that you would do very good in that. The function which shows that brain is normal is interpretation of the data and inferences. I had been interacting with you and I know you are excellent in this. So I do not have any doubt that these medicines might have done any damage in you.
Yes, this is what we are discussing and this discussion is for you and your doses and duration.
Yes, your interpretations are right. There would not be brain damage. In your case it is not even remained hypothetical questions. Your MRI is normal and since there is no evidence that you have any problem, it is all the more substantiated that it does not caused brain damage.
Tylenol is considered quite safe for brain and is unlikely to damage it.
Yes, dimenhydrinate is quite a safe drug and with your combination, there should not be harm to the brain. Except Zoloft, we do not want to take these medicines just because they have dependence liability and we have slight craving developed for them. If you play a game, participate in sports, exercise a lot in your age and does not let your mind think of brain damage, believe me, you will sleep without any medication and sleep very sound.
Sure. There is no damage.