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memory loss at age 21

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • April 30, 2011
  • 02:14 AM

i forget things easily for example i'l tell my mom something and the minute i face her i dont remember anything id wonder off and ask myself " why i am here" it goes when i have to do something but then il totally forget about it not even a trace would make me remember..its around 2years already that im experiencing it, before, i have a very sharp memory thats why i am frustrated over this i cry most of the time for not remembering things i should. imagine i am holding a spoon and i cant remember what im going to get or why i am holding it.

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  • Forgetfulness at an early age is unusual.However,it may be caused by different factors such as brain trauma.In your case, if the signs of misremembering persist I guess its better to see a Neurologist for better understanding of your case.Amnesia may be on your way as the worst case scenario.I have read about the report that memory loss actually blew a 54-year-old woman of Washington.Georgetown University Hospital emergency room physicians say it happened after she had intercourse with her spouse. The prior 24 hours were missing in her memory, and newly formed thoughts were hard to recall.This report is actually a rare case just like yours.Well,this article is really mind boggling!:Woman discovers that sex causes amnesia
    olivesparks 1 Replies
    • October 14, 2011
    • 10:51 AM
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  • i forget things easily for example i'l tell my mom something and the minute i face her i dont remember anything id wonder off and ask myself " why i am here" it goes when i have to do something but then il totally forget about it not even a trace would make me remember..its around 2years already that im experiencing it, before, i have a very sharp memory thats why i am frustrated over this i cry most of the time for not remembering things i should. imagine i am holding a spoon and i cant remember what im going to get or why i am holding it. Hey I have the same brain fog feeling like you. I've been seeing a doctor and she thinks it's depression so I've been on anti depressants for one year. But I still feel that lost sensation and confusion and I have NO idea why. In fact I think this is why I became depressed! Because I couldn't get rid of it and I had to leave university bc I couldn't study properly! Soo far I have no idea hy this is happening so I'm searching the net like crazy
    V_squared123 2 Replies
    • November 29, 2012
    • 00:22 AM
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  • Sleeping disorder or depression would be cause.
    TAMallick 21 Replies Flag this Response
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