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I recently have Lyme disease, affected cerebellum, pots, anterograde amnesia. I've not smoked marijuana anymore because it makes symptoms worse. Why?

I recently have Lyme disease, affected cerebellum, pots, anterograde amnesia. I've not smoked marijuana anymore because it makes symptoms worse. Why?

It depends on...: Marijuana often makes people dazed ; confused ; can reduce short-term memory, but it does not affect everyone this way- it depends on the strain ; how you metabolize it. Lyme can interfere with how your liver processes it, plus your brain is affected by microbial toxins. You may tolerate ; benefit from high-cbd strains as well as juicing fresh leaves (these have no thc). See http://bit. Ly/1fm38nd. ...Read more

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Since 3 months ago a progression of prodromal flu-like symptoms, psychiatric problems, anterograde amnesia, now involuntary movements almost seizure.

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

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Has anyone ever recovered from anterograde amnesia?

Has anyone ever recovered from anterograde amnesia?

Possible: Recent research has found that some patients with anterograde amnesia can be taught a skill, not remember being taught but demonstrate the skill nevertheless. This opens up possibilities for pathways to memory that may, when fully understood, help those with anterograde amnesia. ...Read more

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How would someone with anterograde amnesia perform on an implicit memory task?

How would someone with anterograde amnesia perform on an implicit memory task?

Dysfunctionally: Anterograde amnesia refers to loss of memory after a traumatic event-thus interfering with new learning. ...Read more

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I had anterograde amnesia for last 20 months. : (intially doctors said it should take 10-12 months. Is there any way to speed the recovery.?

I had anterograde amnesia for last 20 months. : (intially doctors said it should take 10-12 months. Is there any way to speed the recovery.?

Jot this down...: It may be different in your case, but many folk don't so much recover as adjust. Take notes on everyday things and review them like a school task till you know it all well. This website was made by neuroscientists and is good. There's a FREE level you can use: http://www. Lumosity. Com/ Use friends/family as "study" partners to review new memories in various forms - sound, sight and movement/form. ...Read more

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Could sustained concussions cause anterograde amnesia?

Absolutely: Amnesia, whether it be anterograde or retrograde, is commonly associated with concussions. ...Read more

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Does marijuana make anterograde amnesia worse? I have not been smoking..

Does marijuana make anterograde amnesia worse? I have not been smoking..

Right type may help!: Marijuana is a complex herb with many components but a major component, cbd, has been shown to stimulate regeneration of neurons. More research is needed but there's evidence it can help alzheimer's ; other neurodegenerative diseases ;thus might help amnesia as well; i'd only use high-cbd strains. See http://www. Projectcbd. Org/conditions/alzheimers-2/ http://bit. Ly/ ; http://bit. Ly/1bypqfd. ...Read more

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What do you call the pain killer used during pulling of teeth that causes anterograde amnesia?

What do you call the pain killer used during pulling of teeth that causes anterograde amnesia?

Varies: Preference of the oral surgeon/anesthesiologist may dictate which med that is used, but a common one is midazolam. Ask oral surgeon/dentist about options ...Read more

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Prodromal flu-like symp. Then anterograde amnesia, cognitive impairment, no sense of time, feeling of not being self. Previ. Lyme, bartonela. Sounds like?

Prodromal flu-like symp. Then anterograde amnesia, cognitive impairment, no sense of time, feeling of not being self. Previ. Lyme, bartonela. Sounds like?

See below: Sounds like it's time for you to make an appointment with your primary to figure out what's happening. Some things just cannot be diagnosed over the internet. Good luck and stay well! ...Read more

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How long can antegrade amnesia last in a teenager?

How long can antegrade amnesia last in a teenager?

Depends: It depends on what caused the amnesia as well as the degree of restoration of the brain after the insult. For some it may only be days, for others weeks or months, and yet for others it may never come back. ...Read more

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What is the steps of recovery of the patient with antegrade amnesia? I mean how do he/ she behave? Or dose they one by one remember alonger duration?

Not enough information.: Unfortunately you did not have enough space to give us more information. However, even if you had the literature does not indicate a given process for memory recovery. Sometimes memory is not recovered and other cases there appear to be variations in memory recovery. I would direct you to an excellent article on this on wikipedia. Com. It turns out that the field of neuropsychiatry does not yet fully understand where memories are formed exactly. There are various types of memory. There are factual memories called declarative memories and then there are procedural memories. On top of this, declarative memory can be episodic or semantic. Furthermore there are sometimes islands of memory that are saved in cases of anterograde amnesia. I wish I could give you more information on how and whether anterograde amnesia comes back, but it depends upon the cause, the part of the brain affected, and probably a host of other factors that have not even been discovered yet. Best wishes to you and the person that you are concerned about. ...Read more

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What's the difference between anterograde and retrograde amnesia?

After vs before: Anterograde amnesia is difficulty remembering things since the injury, hence it is a sign that the centers to encode new memories may not be functioning. Retrograde amnesia is difficulty remembering things that occurred before the injury, and is more of a sign of difficulty in retrieving old memories. ...Read more

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Is amnesia symptoms two months post concussion dangerous?

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

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What can cause a 22 years old boy to have amnesia symptoms?

IIllicit Drugs?: Did you check for that? Drugs are common in that age range... ...Read more

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Besides memory loss, what other symptoms can be associated with amnesia?

Amnesia = memory los: The "human amnestic syndrome" includes varying degrees of anterograde amnesia (can't learn and recall new information post onset), retrograde amnesia (loss of varying degrees of information from the past, before the onset of the amnesia) and normal powers of attention and language and spatial functions. Amnesia can be material specific - verbal only or non-verbal only- if only one-sided injury. ...Read more

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My symptoms include dissociation, amnesia, hallucinations, and epilepsy. What can this mean?

My symptoms include dissociation, amnesia, hallucinations, and epilepsy. What can this mean?

EPILEPSY: All the symptoms you mentioned can take place if sufferinmg from epilepsy. All are less serious if took place indvidually until you mention epilepsy. Then you have got to approach it more seriously and professionally. Seek neurological evaluation. ...Read more

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