My wife has a friend who's husband is a psychiatrist. Sometimes she vents to her friend, and apparently the friend told her husband about some of my wife's recent venting. He said I'm starting to suffer from dementia. Considering how low my functional abilities are lately, I think he may be right. On the other hand, I had chalked up my inability to severe depression. Has anyone ever heard of BP1 causing dementia? I plan on bringing this up with my pdoc at our next visit.
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