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Longlasting aspirin/memory loss

  I had a mild stroke in the year 2000 and I escaped with only hearing loss on my right ear. to prevent another stroke I was prescribed ASPIRIN DELAYED ACTION 75MG. per day.I have been taking this regularly for the past 5 years.Now (iam 63 years) iam having memoryloss of recent events.This is an early sign of alkhazeimar.Is the thinning of blood supply to the brain by the aspirin i am taking to prevent another stroke has anything to do with this memory loss?Which is the lesser evil?If aspirin has anything to do with this, can i discontinue the apirin? have I any other choice?
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