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Anterograde Amnesia Symptoms
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Sporadic migraine minor speech+cognitive impairment minor hallucinations like confusion of surroundings, mild paranoia mood swings occasional lethargy?
Since 3 months ago a progression of prodromal flu-like symptoms, psychiatric problems, anterograde amnesia, now involuntary movements almost seizure.
Infection: These symptoms are concerning. Can get neurological conditions affecting the brain following flu-like illness, and this is something that requires medical attention now. In situations such as they, workup often includes a brain scan and perhaps even what is called a lumbar puncture to see if there is any inflammation/infection affecting the spinal fluid. ...Read more
Amnesia: can be very unsettling so some anxiety and perhaps depression can be secondary to that condition. As one adjusts or the amnesia resolves so will the mood issues. Personality changes are another matter. Please see a clinical psychologist for as eval and peace of mind. Peace and good health. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Prodromal flu-like symp. Then anterograde amnesia, cognitive impairment, no sense of time, feeling of not being self. Previ. Lyme, bartonela. Sounds like?
Will an MRI without contrast show the beginning signs of MS?
Symptoms: slurred speech, memory problems, unsteady gait, confusion, etc.
Complex question: There are 3 types of MRI used to diagnose MS: T1-weighted, T-2 weighted, and FLAIR. No single test is used to diagnose MS, generally a combination of tests over time is needed to get a definitive diagnosis. You need to consult a neurologist experienced with MS and let him or her guide you. Do you have a family history of this disease? Although chronic, progression can be very slow. Good luck! ...Read more
That may occur: if you are feeling quite overwhelming or if experiencing a panic attac,. ...Read more
Many types of forget: If you mean that you do not recall portions of time when the injury itself occurred - that is not unusual. If you have persistent problems with memory in general sine the injury, that is a TBI (traumatic brain injury) related memory problem. Amnesia is a lapse in consciousness that disallows any (or most) recall of what had happened. One might come to and not recognize where one is. Do not drive. ...Read more
Have had 2 concussions--symptoms are white matter hyperintensities on MRI, positive ANA, dizziness, depression, fatigue, episodic vertigo, fogginess?
What is the ?: Regardless, you need to be under the care of a neurologist. ...Read more
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