I am only 24 but all of a sudden have developed significant memory loss. I can't remember the end of a sentance when I start it, get in the car and can't remember where I was going, forgetting names of every day objects, losing things, forgetting to do simple tasks. My father's side has a lot of alzheimers and both my mother and father have thyroid conditions. I don't know what is going on but I feel too young for this to be happening. Could it be early onset AD? Can a thyroid condition cause this? I have a problem with vertigo, could that be connected to this? Are there other symptoms I should be watching for (signs of a brain tumor, etc)? The memory loss is very significant and seems to affect every minute of my day. I am constantly thinking 'what am I forgetting, I just remembered something - what was it?':confused:Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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