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Progressive Memory Loss For A Few Years At 25 Years Old What Does This
Many possibilities: Progressive memory loss at such a young age is concerning. There are many possible causes which may need to be ruled out. First, a complete history and detailed examination are called for. If the memory loss is deemed to be significant or is associated with any neurological symptoms, an MRI of the brain and full laboratory evaluation (including hormone levels) are often ordered as a start. ...Read more
Memory loss is a symptom in which a person cannot recall (remember) something that he previously learned. Some memory loss is normal, such as not remembering facts learned in school years ago but not used since then. Other memory loss is abnormal, such as that caused by Alzheimer's Dementia ...Read more
At a young age of 22 years old, what could be the cause for memory loss and decreased cognitive functioning?
22 years old, memory loss-don't retain things as much as I should, not fully attentive, don't realize my body's needs, what could be causing this?
Many causes: Consult a doctor if memory loss is beginning to affect your ability to function on a day-to-day basis, or if it is accompanied by other symptoms. Noting what type of memory loss you have will help you and your doctor determine its cause. Many causes of memory loss are treatable if diagnosed early. If not diagnosed and treated, some illnesses will progress and make treatment more difficult. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Likely not: You are young and it is a rapidly progressive disease and in 3 months you would likely have other symptoms such as inattention, confusion, hallucinations, ataxia, myoclonus, and others. It often starts in midlife though there is a range. If you are really concerned, please see your neurologist for a thorough evaluation and workup of your memory loss, which is common with poor sleep. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had a hysterectomy 4 weeks ago. I'm 31 years old. I kept ovaries and cervix. I am having severe memory loss and focus issues. What's happening?
Medication issues: I agree with my colleague on medications, sleep, and memory. Recovery from surgery certainly takes time also. Aldactone ; your BP issues at so young an age are in the mix also. Klonopin for sure interferes with memory; Lexapro (escitalopram) can sedate and cause trouble registering info -- resulting in poor recall later. Please tell your doc about these issues ; see a psychiatrist for evaluation as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
18 years old, 1 year from now minor depression, 6 months from now, high memory loss, dizziness neuro exam normal, started on zoloft, (sertraline) symptoms got worse, help?
Talk to your doctor: Call your psychiatrist & let them know that your symptoms have worsened. Every person reacts to medication differently and that is why you need to stay in touch with the prescribing physician. Don't delay, they have an answering service and will get back to you, even on a holiday weekend. ...Read more
Gets infections constantly, memory loss, slurred words, cognitive problems, brain fog, abnormal eeg. 21 years old, felt this way since 14?
More information: I am assuming you have sought attention from primary care providers, neurologist as well. You want to make sure no metabolic, immune system dysfunction, i.E congenital anomalies. ...Read more
My symptoms are fuzzy feeling in the head, black outs, memory loss and feeling tired. I am 30 years old with mild sleep apnea, bipolar& gastric ulcers?
Treat osa first: Do the simplest thing first. Get an oral appliance (from a dentist familiar with sleep apnea) to treat the sleep apnea. The memory loss and feeling tired may be related to this. Some of the other symptoms may fade, as well. If not, they will probably be easier to diagnose then. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A friend 78 years old, shuffles when she walks, stoops, falls for no apparent reason, does not see well after cataract surgery this has all started with in one year. Has short term memory loss
is it parkinson's?
If ur five year old child is suffering from speech difficultys , short term memory loss, blood noses , dosent act her age is very slow at learning .?
Consult a physician: These serious symptoms could be indicative of a medical and/ or developmental condition that needs immediate attention. Please see your pediatrician as soon as possible and tell them what's going on. ...Read more
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