Moderate Memory Loss in 24yo male

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Moderate Memory Loss in 24yo male

Postby thesailingpreacher » Thu Nov 19, 2009 9:24 pm

Is there any possible neurological explanation for moderate short and long-term memory loss a 24 year old male who is a non-drug user, non-drinker, and has no history of severe head trauma? The memory loss has gotten progressively worse over the last year. This is getting extraordinarily frustrating.


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Re: Moderate Memory Loss in 24yo male

Postby cherri 1 » Sat Dec 12, 2009 3:11 am

have the same problem am a 31 year old female sterted when i was about 16 and is getting much worse over the past year and it is interfering with my family life and is very frustrating

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Re: Moderate Memory Loss in 24yo male

Postby gagaaaa » Wed Jun 16, 2010 7:22 am

Same for me. I am 22 years old. This memory loss started at the age of 18 and has become worse ever since. I am getting bad grades in subjects that require memorizing stuff. When i read a book i forget what happened in the first half or even the last line that i read and have to read it all over again. My connection making abilities have also been affected. Like when my friends are talking about something it takes me a while to realize what they are talking about. This never happened before.

I also have pain in my head sometimes. Mostly it is in the area between the two eyebrows. I feel pain here when i am outdoors and it is a sunny day or when there are people around me that i do not know.

Any suggestions about my memory loss??

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