A 25-year-old male asked:
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i am studying at college and i always have problems staying focused and have very poor memory, which seems to have deteriorated since i left school.

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Dr. Philip Creps
30 years experience Psychiatry
Poor focus deteriora: If the onset was present before 7 years of age, then it is possibly adhd, but with your indication that the deterioration is more recent, your memory needs to be evaluated, and see your doctor. A common cause of slight memory loss, and poor focus with onset in your 20's is possibly depression or anxiety also.
Answered on Sep 29, 2016
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