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When reading I forget the first sentence as soon as I start reading the second one, even when I take my time and try and think about what I'm reading.
Many possibilities &: most likely what is happening stems from a combination of 2 issues: (a) internal emotional distraction (fear/anger/confusion, etc) about big life issues important to you (thus difficulty relating to/focusing on meaning of characters/words/meaning outside; on paper) & (b) the subject matter has little emotional interest/meaning/relationship to what you are familiar with in your life, to date, ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the medical term for writing that is bolder at some parts of a sentence? I know there is a medical term for writing that gets smaller...
I have problems pronouncing words i can normally say & co-ordinating a sentence.Its getting worse & started b4 meds about 3-4 yrs ago.What is this?
See your doc: Symptoms of inability to coordinate a sentence suggests encephalopathy ie brain changes. Ibuprofen ; Naproxen for instance in, rarely, some people could cause aseptic meningitis ie non infectious meningitis. Other possibilities could include herpes encephalitis from cold sores. Other possibilities include inflammatory conditions like lupus and vasculitis. Most of these can correct with medicalcare. ...Read more
Lots of reasons: You may be distracted by life issues, depressed, or have a cognitive/neurological situation needing to be addressed. Please see your doc. A neuropsychologist can test you and give you very practical help if needed. You are young for this. Many older people report this. Peace and good health. ...Read more
I can't explain things well as my sentences don't make scene for example i get names mixed up and get him and her mixed up. Why?
I know beforehand that i'm going to say a sentence that is complete & grammatically correct but out of context and can't stop it. What is this?
Expressive Language: You may have what is known as an "expressive language disorder." read about this here: http://en.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/expressive_language_disorder. Some of these are hereditary, with specific genetic causes, while others are more poorly understood. If you haven't already, you might want to consult a neurologist for a complete evaluation and therapy plan. ...Read more
My son will be 5 in november. He can't have conversationsbut he can read, spell words, make simple sentences andfollows instructions. What is wrong?
Is he in school?: I agree, he needs a comprehensive evaluation to determine if he has a neurological, neurodevelopmental ( e.g., autistic spectrum or other) or psychiatric disorder. Ask your pediatrician for a referral to a specialist in whom he has confidence. Also, call child find for an evaluation of your son for eligibility for early childhood special education, which he can start asap based on levels of delay. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I constantly count numbers in my head. I will say a sentence and add up the number of letters, then add the number of words. Why is this? What is this
Sounds like OCD: This sounds like ocd. I would see a doctor and have them check you and ask you some questions and get treatment. ...Read more
After reading sentence of text i say wow i can't believe it just said that. I re read it doesn't say what i thought what is causing word hallucination?
My wife is getting confused and her words are getting jumbled she can t seem to say simple sentences. This is a couple times a day. She is 78. ?
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