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Much as I love putting these best of shows together, it's really hard! Especially when there have been so many great releases this year. This show.

Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth’s love story was one for the ages. There was drama, a lifetime of rumors, sweet reunions, and of course, that Neil Lane diamond engagement ring. As we mourn the end of Miley and Liam’s ~love journey~ together now that they’ve broken up, here’s a look back at the journey.

June 2009: Miley and Liam meet on the set of The Last Song, aka your favorite Nicholas Sparks movie after The Notebook. Just look at how young (and in love) they are.

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November 2009: Miley calls Liam her “best friend” in an interview with Seventeen.

March 2010: Miley and Liam make their red-carpet debut as a couple at an Oscars event, confirming that they are, in fact, dating.

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They also walk the carpet together for The Last Song premiere.

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June 2010: Miley reveals Liam was largely her muse for Can’t Be Tamed. “There are a lot of songs that are about Liam,” she tells MTV News. “All of them are about him in a way, but it’s also about past relationships that you gotta get over and move on and just about freeing yourself from anything that you feel holds you back.”

August 2010: Miley and Liam’s relationship endures its first breakup, reportedly due to her work schedule.

September 2010: Miley and Liam are spotted running errands and eating together, suggesting they are back together again.

November 2010: They break up again. A source tells E! it’s “just a time out,” whatever that means.

April 2011: They’re back on! But this time, they’re reportedly “taking it slow and just enjoying each other’s company.”

December 2011: Liam accompanies Miley to the CNN Heroes Gala in Los Angeles.

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February 2012: Liam tells Details that Miley makes him “really happy.” They attend another round of Oscar parties, including the glamorous Vanity Fair bash.

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March 2012: Miley accompanies Liam to the Los Angeles premiere of The Hunger Games. Engagement rumors brew shortly after Miley is spotted wearing a ring on ~that finger~.

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Miley denies the engagement:

June 2012: Annnd then Miley and Liam announce their engagement. Miley tells People, “I’m so happy to be engaged and look forward to a life of happiness with Liam.”

Here’s the 3.5-carat diamond ring, made by everybody’s fave, Neil Lane.

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November 2012: Miley appears on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, gets a lap dance, and says her wedding “has to be perfect” and “has to be like a soundtrack in a movie.”

January 2013: Miley and Liam vacation in Costa Rica. Liam is shirtless.

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February 2013: Miley fires back at Perez Hilton after he accuses her of cheating on Liam with Ed Westwick. Miley and Liam attend separate Oscar parties. New breakup rumors begin to circulate.

March 2013: Miley is spotted without her engagement ring, leading many to believe the wedding is off.

Never mind. The ring is back again.

April 2013: Billy Ray Cyrus tells Nightline he doesn’t know if Miley and Liam will marry. “They’re young, they’re kids. The great news is, they’re great friends. And if you end up getting married, that’s your business too, you know?” People quotes a source saying the couple wants to postpone the wedding.

June 2013: Miley and Liam are photographed for the first time in five months while going to the movies.

August 2013: Miley attends the L.A. premiere of Paranoia with Liam. It would be their final red-carpet appearance together before breaking off their engagement. Can you feel the tension and awkwardness?

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August 2013:Miley twerks.

September 2013: Miley unfollows Liam on Twitter. Three days later, her rep confirms their engagement has been called off. Liam makes out with Mexican actress and singer Eiza Gonzalez. In her first post-Liam performance, Miley breaks down while performing “Wrecking Ball,” a song believed to be about Liam. (Warning: You may feel chills.)


October 2013: Miley talks about Life After Liam in Cosmopolitan’s December 2013 issue: “This is the best time of my life. I’m not going to look back on it and be like, ‘I wish I hadn’t been dwelling over a breakup,’ you know? Because that’s not what God wants my life to be about right now.”

July 2014: Liam reportedly tells friends while vacationing in Italy that he and Miley will “always be best friends.”

October 2014: When asked about Miley in a Nylon interview, Liam says, “There’s not much to say.”

November 2014: Piley (Miley and Patrick Schwarzenegger) is born.

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December 2014: Liam’s bro Chris takes a dig at Miley, maybe.

March 2015: Patrick is spotted canoodling with someone who is not Miley while on ~spring break~.

April 2015: Miley and Patrick break up.

July 2015: Miley and Stella Maxwell ride “dinosaurs” and everyone thinks they’re dating. Miley tells Elle UK one month later that she is pansexual and not in a relationship.

October 2015: Liam tells Men’s Fitness that being with Miley was “an important part of my life,” adding, “You fall in love with who you fall in love with; you can never choose.” Miley sports a TMNT onesie that looks very similar to the one Liam wore more than a year ago.

November 2015: Miley helps Liam adopt a new best friend. Say hello to Dora the Explorer. Really.

January 2016: Miley pops up Down Under and also on Instagram accounts belonging to friends of the Hemsworths.

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Sweet nothings for your love.

Its your anniversary — congrats!

Whether you've been dating for a few years or married to your best friend and lover for decades, true love in healthy, long-term relationships is certainly cause for celebration.

And there's nothing that captures your feelings or "Happy Anniversary" wishes quite like the best love quotes can.

Relationship and wedding anniversaries are special because they mark one of the most important days of your life — a day when everything changed for the better and your life was never the same again, a day neither of you will never forget.

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When you look back, it's probably easy to reminisce about how special that day actually was, the people you shared it with, the celebration you had, and the proclamations of love you shared with your special someone. Each and every one of those precious moments is memorable and equally ingrained in your hearts.

These moments you shared together are treasures in your mind, and your memories of them are always there to bring you up when you are feeling down, revisiting them in your mind as a way to warm your heart.

No one can take those happy memories away from you. Each relationship has their own unique memories, and while they're all different, every single last one is extremely special.

So now that your anniversary is drawing near, you're probably looking for the perfect way to say, "Hey, I still love you, even after all of these years."

Figuring out the right words for expressing such a sentiment can be nerve-wracking for some people. You want something that is sentimental and sweet, but also expresses the fact that your love is as hot and passionate now as it was on day one.

You're not alone. This is something that nearly every single person who's ever been in a lasting relationship has gone through. Finding your perfect ways to say "I love you" will be different for everyone.

You may even be staring a blank anniversary card and hoping for some poignant romantic quotes about love to magically pop into your mind.

Yeah, that's tough. We can't all be Lord Byron or William Shakespeare.

To help you out, we put together this cheat sheet of the 100 best love quotes to send as Happy Anniversary wishes or messages.

(Shh ... we won't tell where you found them!)

1. Your lives together will always be special

"Grow old with me, the best is yet to be." — Robert Browning

2. Because that's what you deserve

"I will spend an eternity loving you, caring for you, respecting you, showing you every day that I hold you as high as the stars." ― Steve Maraboli

3. The most precious miracle of all

"There is no mystery — that's the beauty of it. We are entirely explicable to each other, and yet we stay. What a miracle that is." ― Kamila Shamsie

4. The world just seemed to stop

"I could not tell you if I loved you the first moment I saw you, or if it was the second or third or fourth. But I remember the first moment I looked at you walking toward me and realized that somehow the rest of the world seemed to vanish when I was with you." ― Cassandra Clare

5. Because you deserve all the love in the world

"If equal affection cannot be, let the more loving one be me." ― W.H. Auden

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6. Words just cannot express it

"I wish there was a word more than ‘love’ itself to convey what I feel for you." ― Faraaz Kazi

7. More than eternity would work better

"Forever is a measure of time used by people who share an ordinary love. Our extraordinary love is immeasurable ... for us, forever just won’t do." ― Steve Maraboli

8. It is just too special

"In all the world, there is no heart for me like yours. In all the world, there is no love for you like mine." — Maya Angelou

9. They go on forever

"Real love stories never have endings." — Richard Bach

10. Made for each other

"Whatever our souls are made of, [yours] and mine are the same." — Emily Brontë

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11. You are just so amazing

"As we grow older together, As we continue to change with age, There is one thing that will never change ... I will always keep falling in love with you." — Karen Clodfelder

12. It was bound to happen

"Meeting you was fate, becoming your friend was a choice, but falling in love with you I had no control over." — Unknown

13. You are my faith and my sanity

"The moment that you enter into any kind of human undertaking in relationship, what an act of faith ... See. And love is an act of surrender to another person. Total abandonment. I give myself to you. Take me. Do anything you like with me. See. So, that's quite mad because you see, it's letting things get out of control. All sensible people keep things in control ... So, actually, therefore, the course of wisdom, what is really sensible, is to let go, is to commit oneself, to give oneself up and that's quite mad. So we come to the strange conclusion that in madness lies sanity." — Alan Watts

14. You affect me

"For it was not into my ear you whispered, but into my heart. It was not my lips you kissed, but my soul." — Judy Garland

15. Love is pure.

"If I know what love is, it is because of you." — Hermann Hesse

16. Forever and always

"I want you for always … days, years, eternities." — Franz Schubert

17. Always want to be together

"If you live to be a hundred, I want to live to be a hundred minus one day so I never have to live without you." — A. A. Milne

18. It would be an honor to do that

“Forever is a long time, but I wouldn’t mind spending it by your side.” — Unknown

19. It is the most beautiful by far

“Every love story is beautiful, but ours is my favorite.” — Unknown

20. Cuddled up together

“The best thing to hold onto in life is each other.” — Audrey Hepburn

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21. That is special

“I love you the more in that I believe you had liked me for my own sake and for nothing else.” — John Keats

22. You are everything to me

“You have made me a complete person. You are everything to me. And I cannot think of living life without you. And I love you forever.” — David Gest

23. You are the most important thing in my life

“I love you more than my own skin.” — Frida Kahlo

24. Love is stronger than that

“I don't call you handsome, sir, though I love you most dearly: far too dearly to flatter you. Don't flatter me.” — Charlotte Brontë

25. You are home

“I love you — I am at rest with you — I have come home.” — Dorothy L. Sayers

26. Trust is so important

“I trust you: That's huge. That's truth. That's real love. Everyone uses 'I love you' so loosely.” — Justin Chatwin

27. You simply make life better

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If you’ve ever seen a romantic comedy, you’ve likely watched two people who find a way to be together — no matter what obstacles stand in their way. The reason is always simple: They’re in love. But off screen, love isn’t always enough to make a relationship last.

In fact, the feelings caused by romantic love can be so strong, they can convince people to stay in relationships that are unhealthy, unfulfilling and ultimately unhappy — whether they realize it or not. For example, when people looked at photos of their romantic partners, dopamine — a chemical associated with reward that makes people feel good — was released in their brains, a 2015 study published in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience found.

The way these chemicals make people feel can make them overlook logical decisions like leaving an unsatisfying relationship, says Julie Wadley, founder and CEO of matchmaking and coaching service Eli Simone. “When people are in love, they’re driven off of the drug, the endorphins,” she says. “The chemicals that tell you you’re in love with this person are firing.”

While being in love undoubtedly feels good (and is good for your health,) these feelings alone don’t spur solid, lasting romantic relationships. Here, experts explain some of the signs that indicate it may be time to let go:

Your needs aren’t being met

Every person has different “requirements” that need to be met in a relationship, according to Wadley. These needs can be emotional, like wanting quality time with your partner, or functional, like requiring them to competently manage money.

When one partner feels that the other isn’t fulfilling a requirement, Wadley says, it’s important to communicate that. If that person’s partner isn’t willing to try harder to fulfill that need, it’s probably time to move on, she says.

One of the reasons people stay in relationships that don’t meet their needs stems from the negative views our society has about being single, according to Wadley. It may seem like if they leave the relationship, they may never find something better. But Wadley says that mentality wastes valuable time and perpetuates a person’s unhappiness. “You could be taking that time to find someone who will give you what you need,” she says.

You’re seeking those needs from others

When you get promoted at work or you’re faced with a family emergency, who is the first person you want to tell? In a fulfilling, healthy relationship, the answer to those questions should be your partner, according to Wadley.

It’s great to have trusted colleagues at work, but Wadley says if you’re constantly turning to a “work husband” or “work wife” for support, it may be a sign that you’re not getting the support you need from your partner. “If you’re like, ‘I have a choice between talking to my boyfriend and talking to my guy friend, the guy who is constantly giving you that emotional affirmation that I need — I’m going with the friend,’” Wadley says, “Something’s not right.”

If either you or your partner is seeking emotional or physical fulfillment from people outside of your relationship, Wadley says it’s a clear indication that it’s probably time to end the relationship.

You’re scared to ask for more from your partner

It’s natural to feel uncomfortable talking to your partner about what you need and may not be getting from your relationship. But Wadley says open lines of communication are essential to lasting, healthy partnerships.

“People may think, ‘That’s going to make me sound needy and emotional,’” says Wadley. Instead of speaking up, they suppress how they feel, continue on with their dissatisfaction and feign contentment out of fear of feeling like a burden.

“Then something happens that breaks the camel’s back,” she says. And the argument that ensues can wind up being more damaging to the relationship than it would have been if you had addressed it sooner. Hiding your true feelings about how your partner is treating you likely prolongs the unfulfilling relationship, rather than saves it, according to Wadley. If you can’t get past the fear of confronting your partner, it’s probably time to seek help or part ways, she says.

Your friends and family don’t support your relationship

Lindsay Chrisler, a New York-based dating and relationships coach says you should take stock of how your trusted family members and friends feel about your relationship. “If nobody in the community supports your relationship, that’s a red flag,” she says. If the people who love and support you see that the person you’re in love with isn’t making you happy, it’s a good idea to listen to their opinions, according to Chrisler.

If you decide push aside your friends’ and family’s concerns, it may lead to another sign that it’s time to let go of the relationship: “You’re starting to lie to your friends, you’re starting to lie to yourself,” says Chrisler. When you isolate yourself from your loved ones in order to avoid listening to their concerns, they’re probably right — the relationship probably isn’t, she says.

You feel obligated to stay with your partner

People are more likely to stay in relationships that they’ve already invested time and effort in, a 2016 study published in Current Psychology found. This is similar to a money investment phenomenon known as the “sunk cost effect.” A prior investment leads to a continuous investment, even when the decision doesn’t make you happy.

“When it comes to people and relationships, time does not necessarily equal success,” says Wadley, who added that many of her clients are reluctant to leave an unhappy relationship because they want to reap the rewards of their investment.

But simply investing more time in a relationship with someone you love won’t fix the problems. If both partners aren’t willing to work to fulfill the other’s needs, the relationship probably isn’t worth more time.

You’ve been working on your relationship for more than a year

Of course, when two people are in love and have spent years together or have started a family together, there is a stronger incentive to work out the problems, says Chrisler. Her advice is to seek couples’ counseling if both partners want the relationship to work. But she caveats that you should set a time limit of one year.

“If you spend too much time in indecision, it will erode the foundation of the relationship to the point where you can’t really make it back,” she says.

After about a year of actively working on the relationship and unsuccessfully trying to meet each other’s needs, the difficult decision to break up is likely the best decision, according to Chrisler.

You don’t like your partner

While it may sound counterintuitive, Chrisler says you can actually be in love with a person you don’t like. If that’s the case, you may get by day to day, but it will be nearly impossible to make it through difficult times together.

All couples have disagreements, but people in healthy, loving relationships keep the mindset that “this is my friend, and I’m going to get through this with this person,” Chrisler says. “And I don’t know how you get through those things without liking them.”

Still, it’s never easy to walk away from someone you love — even when the relationship isn’t working, according to Chrisler. The key, she says, is to listen to the logical part of your brain, instead of submitting to the euphoric chemical reactions that love can cause.

Your partner is abusive

It’s possible for people in an abusive relationship to love an abusive partner. One in four women and one in 10 men have been victims of intimate partner violence, according to a 2015 survey conducted by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. A 2010 study conducted by the National Institute of Mental Health found that more than half of the women surveyed saw their abusive partners as “highly dependable.” One in five of the women surveyed said the men possessed significant positive traits, like “being affectionate.” Researchers found that these views contributed to some victims staying in abusive relationships, among other reasons — like isolation, extortion and physical violence.

When it comes to abuse of any kind, Chrisler says it’s crucial to safely find a way out. “It’s difficult to get out of those relationships,” she says. “You have to really love yourself.”

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Health Consequences of Smokeless Tobacco

Smokeless tobacco has significant health consequences. Smokeless tobacco contains 28 chemicals that can cause cancer. The harmful health effects of using smokeless tobacco include:

  • Oral (mouth) cancer
  • Pancreatic cancer
  • Addiction to nicotine
  • Sores in the mouth
  • Receding gums
  • Bone loss around the roots of the teeth
  • Abrasion (scratching and wearing down) of teeth
  • Tooth loss
  • Stained teeth
  • Bad breath

Quitting smokeless tobacco is a lot like quitting smoking, however, there are a few parts of quitting that are unique for smokeless tobacco users.

If you use chew, snuff, and/or spit tobacco, this page will provide you with information on how to quit using smokeless tobacco. Several of the tips in the other section may be helpful to you as you try to quit smokeless tobacco. In this section we will point out the differences in quitting for people who use smokeless tobacco.

Quitting Smokeless Tobacco

Making the decision to quit using smokeless tobacco is hard, but it has to be your decision. Many people can encourage you to quit, but you have to want to quit. Quitting smokeless tobacco is a lot like quitting smoking, however, there are a few parts of quitting that are unique for smokeless tobacco users.

  • There is often a stronger need for having something in the mouth to take the place of the chew, snuff, or pouch.
  • Mouth sores often slowly go away and gum problems will get better.

Goal Setting and Preparing to Quit

Are you really ready to quit? If so, it is time to set a quit date. Once you have picked the day, stick to it! Placing the date in your calendar will help to remind you of your promise to yourself to quit!

Even before your quit date, you can start quitting.

  • Change to a brand with less nicotine. Then use smaller dips.
  • Cut down on the number of times you dip each day, and increase the amount of time between dips.
  • Stock up on other things to put in your mouth
    • sunflower seeds
    • sugarless gum
    • carrots
    • beef jerky
    • cinnamon sticks
    • toothpicks
    • mints
    • sugarless hard candy
  • Remove all snuff or chew and related products from your house and car.
  • Each time you open a new can of chew or dip, write the date on a piece of paper and then keep that paper with the can. Every time you dip or chew, write down four things:
    • What time of day is it?
    • How bad is your craving to dip or chew? Very bad, not bad at all, so-so?
    • What is your mood? Happy, sad, so-so?
    • What are you doing? Driving, working, watching TV, out with friends?
  • Keep track of this information for at least four days. This exercise will help you see what time of day, what situations, and what feelings prompt you to dip or chew. It will help you understand your particular triggers for using smokeless tobacco.

Inform Family and Friends

Make sure you inform your family and friends of your promise to quit using smokeless tobacco. If you have family or friends who dip or chew, ask them not to use when you are around. Try to find a friend who can quit with you so you can motivate each other to stay true to your promise to quit.

Tips to Help You Quit

You have been using smokeless tobacco for years. It is not going to be easy to quit. You will have thoughts about using smokeless tobacco but you can overcome them. Many of the tips used for quitting smoking also apply to quitting smokeless tobacco. However, there are certain things that are specific to quitting snuff and chew that you may want to consider.

Review Previous Quit Attempts

If you have tried quitting before, go over what went wrong. Did you get rid of all your smokeless tobacco products? Maybe you tried to quit on your own without telling anyone? Was there a particular situation that prompted you to start chewing again? If so, what happened and how can you prevent it from happening again?

Coping with Withdrawal Symptoms

While you are quitting, you may get cravings for smokeless tobacco every once and a while. Many people have withdrawal symptoms when they try to quit using snuff or chew tobacco. These symptoms are usually strongest the first week after you quit. The withdrawal symptoms listed in Common Problems in Quitting are some of the most common symptoms for smokers and many also apply to smokeless tobacco users. Review the advice to help with smoking withdrawal symptoms. In addition, the following may help you deal with withdrawal symptoms from quitting smokeless tobacco.

    Remind yourself why you want to quit.
    Keep reminding yourself of these reasons and how far you have come in achieving your goal to remain tobacco-free.

    Rehearse often what you will do to handle the urge when a high-risk situation arises.

    Reward yourself for each urge you overcome.

Other coping strategies:

  • Deep breathing and exercise may be helpful when waiting out the urge to use.
  • Use oral substitutes such as sunflower seeds, beef jerky, sugarless gum or hard candy, or carrots.
  • Brush your teeth more frequently.

Dealing with Triggers

Quitting can be very difficult, so be prepared for temptations to start using smokeless tobacco again by recognizing triggers. These urges will be strongest the first week after quitting and will be strongest in places and situations where you used to use snuff or chew. The following may be helpful when dealing with triggers:

  • Write down events and situations that may trigger use and plan ahead for them.
  • Write down things you will do in these situations instead of using smokeless tobacco (like reaching for gum, brushing your teeth, or simply walking away from the situation).
  • Avoid alcohol, which could trigger use.

The Long-Term Benefits of Quitting Chewing Tobacco

  • No more red, sore gums.
  • Those white patches in your mouth disappear.
  • You will get fewer cavities because your teeth won�t be worn away by tobacco.
  • Your risk of cancers caused by smokeless tobacco (cheek, gums, mouth, tongue, throat, stomach) lessens each year, to the point where it is almost as if you'd never used smokeless tobacco.

Quitting is very difficult and takes a lot of effort. Be easy on yourself if you do relapse. You can learn from the relapse. Whatever you do, DON'T GIVE UP! You are still working on becoming a smokeless tobacco nonuser. It can often take a few tries before you can totally quit, but it is worth it. The benefits of quitting are many and you will notice some of the benefits right away. Within the first few days of quitting smokeless tobacco, you will begin to notice benefits and improvements such as:

  • You will have great breath -- no more trying to hide the tobacco smell with gum or mints!
  • Food will taste better.

Medications to Help You Quit

Anyone who has ever tried to quit using smokeless tobacco "cold turkey" knows how hard it can be. However, there are several medications available that may aid in your quitting process. Many of these medications are the same medications that are used to help people quit smoking. Refer to Medications for additional information.

Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT)

Nicotine replacements give you nicotine without the other harmful ingredients in tobacco. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved several NRT products as effective aids for helping people to quit using tobacco products. These products include:

  • Nicotine gum -- available over the counter
  • Nicotine patch -- available over the counter
  • Nicotine lozenges -- available over the counter
  • Nicotine inhaler -- available only by prescription
  • Nicotine nasal spray -- available only by prescription

While the FDA has NOT approved the use of nicotine replacement therapy to help people quit smokeless tobacco, over-the-counter NRT products have few side effects and may help you quit. If you enjoy the feeling of having something in your mouth, then it may help you to use nicotine gum or lozenges, which are most similar to smokeless tobacco. The 4 mg nicotine lozenge has been shown to be associated with decreased nicotine withdrawal symptoms and tobacco cravings. Refer to Medications for additional information.

Prescription Medications

While Bupropion (Zyban®) and Varenicline (Chantix®) have been shown to help people quit smoking, the research is limited as to their value in quitting smokeless tobacco. However, some people have found these medications to be helpful in quitting smokeless tobacco. You may want to talk with your physician as to whether or not these medications would work for you. Refer Medications for additional information.

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