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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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Hello! Recently I have been more forgetful and it's increasing.

Hello! Recently I have been more forgetful and it's increasing. I forget what I was going to do or do something else instead. for example I went to the washroom to wash my face but came out brushing my teeth at middle of the day. sometimes I lose track of what I was doing. Mix up words too. for example I probably wanted to say the food is in the fridge but end up saying in the mircowave. should I be concerned?
Mon, 29 Oct 2018
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