I'm sure it's because of my severe migraine problem (since the head-doctor says it's a side effect) but does it really make sense for me to have such memory loss at only 19? (No I don't do drugs and I never plan to) But I sometimes forget why I went to another room, forget names, what happened that same morning, what I ate only a few hours ago, something I tried to memorize a few seconds before, etc... It's pretty bad, so much so that it's become part of my personality, always being the one to humorously be confused in a group conversation (I often forget what I planned to say or thought about a few seconds before), it's not so terribly bad to the point where it literally happens all the time, but it's abnormal. It may have started when my migraines started but I don't remember. I tried searching for similar problems but the youngest I found was someone who is 25
Can short-term memory loss really happen this bad with a 19 year old because of migraines or do you think it's a whole other problem?
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