12 years on 0.5mg clonazepam,1- 4 times a day still am

Hi my username is Drumard, loss of co ordination 2020 early, leg movements/feet, my thoughts
did have a hand tremor, not a lot.
23/10/2019 had Lumbar Sacral surgery L1/L5 / S1 Laminectomy, decompression, and blood transfusion.
post-op went into a confused state and wild agitation, My thoughts was on prior to surgery for over 10 years 952 medications a month .
238 a week over 10 years.
Have done it all, let down by my GP, also University Hospital 23/10/2019, tried to cover up as to medication ignore? They Post-op called in a dementia nurse specialist, who said I had Dementia
/Alzheimer’s 29th October 2019,on neurology ward 43, this was made up to cover medications used.
She put me on 5mg Donzepril increasing to 10 mg Donzepril,/ the Dementia Nurse made me out that I needed to look after by a team at home, and my wife moves out?
My wife refused this, but this was Dementia Nurse’s Specialist’s preferred option, and didn’t work the cover-up. Then at age of 75 years, I had a Bedford college Pre Assessment Cognassist test, Digital studies pass, as follows, Visual perception 87% / Verbal reasoning 109 % /
Verbal memory 86 % / None verbal memory 95% / literacy 88% / Executive function 76% /
50% above average for age and gender Cognassist /student expires 08/23, Well what do you think?

Hi @Drumard, :wave:t4:

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