Ct scan done for beadaches neurologist said I had mild cerebral and cerebellar atrophy of uncertain nature got riboflavin said I would be fine 24yr m?

Unrelated. The atrophy would be unrelated to headaches but hard to make sense of without more history including family history as well as birth history, possible exposures to drugs or alcohol among many things.

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Mild cerebral and cerebellar atrophy of uncertain nature in 24 yr old male doc said all looked normal/should be just fine and gave riboflavin?

Childhood causes are. Abnormalities of fetal brain development from a genetic disorder, exposure to alcohol, tobacco, drugs, certain prescription medications & viruses; placental or maternal conditions that lower blood flow & oxygen to the fetal brain; post-natal infection or injury. Since you need to know if it could be a progressive disorder, ask your mom about all these + family history & see a neurologist. Read more...
At your age. Might consider that there was some relative hypoxia during gestation or at labor and delivery. Unlikely this is an early presentation of genetic alzheimer's, and unless there is significant alcohol abuse or malnutrition, thiamine deficiency would also be unlikely. Some families exhibit various spinocerebellar degenerations, and a partial genetic expression may explain the atrophy. Read more...