My policy is that when treatment get complicated, and the usual treatment is not working well, and especially with an older patient, they should be seen and assessed by a specialist psychiatrist, to confirm diagnosis and treatment plan. Dopaquel isn't a drug I would usually expect to be prescribed by a GP except on the advice of a specialist, for instance .
Purata is a trade name for Oxazepam, one of the benzodiazepine sedative tranquillizers. Nowadays, because there is a risk of possible dependency, specialists and experts tend to advise that it should be use for only 2 months. But it is very important with any such drug affecting the brain, NOT to stop it suddenly, but only gradually and on the advice of a doctor.
Any doctor would not prescribe 3 drugs to be taken together unless he was satisfied that the combination was safe.
In older people, one also needs to be aware of whether any drugs might cause drowsiness, balance problems, etc., as falls can be more possible and serious at age.
Cilift is a popular antidepressant which can be rally useful in depression AND anxiety.
Overall, I'd suggest considering arranging a second opinion from a specialist psychiatrist,
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