Hi. I am sixteen years old and over the past few months I have been experiencing some things health wise that do not seem particularly normal for someone my age. I'm having a lot of short-term memory loss which is occurring every day. I'll walk into a room and forget what I'm doing there, I ask a question and receive an answer then a few minutes later ask it again, etc. At night I have terrible pain in my calves, not every night, but two to four times a week. Sometimes I also have muscle tics in my arms or eyes. I also have burning, itching, and electrical shock-like pains throughout my body that never have a cause. Most of this has been happening long enough that I didn't really think twice about it. But a few months ago I started having difficulties comprehending what people say or I try to describe something or come up with a word and I cannot do it no matter how hard I try. Sometimes I even have a slight stutter. I understand that all of these "symptoms" may have nothing to do with one another, but over the past few weeks I have become extremely dizzy on a daily basis and decided that it is possible there may be something wrong with me. The only reason I included so much is because all of the above happens so frequently.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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