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Is it normal to have short term memory loss at 60?
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Dr. Reza Karimi
Neurosurgery
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In brief: Normal aging-usually
As we age, short term memory loss tends to become more frequent and noticeable.
This is normal aging. If memory problems become more pervasive and are increasing in frequency, you should seek an evaluation by a neurologist to rule out more serious causes of memory loss.

In brief: Normal aging-usually
As we age, short term memory loss tends to become more frequent and noticeable.
This is normal aging. If memory problems become more pervasive and are increasing in frequency, you should seek an evaluation by a neurologist to rule out more serious causes of memory loss.
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