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Question: interpretation problem in what i read

 NJINDAL333 - Sat Nov 22, 2003 11:05 pm

I am a doctor . I have recently completed my MBBS degree .
I am suffering from a problem which I couldn’t solve. I also visited my seniors but they couldn’t detect my problem.

sir, my problem is I can't interpret what I read. I can not understand even comics. when I force my mind to understand the meaning it starts yawning followed by headache, nausea. I am suffering this problem last 3 years.
before that period I was topper of my college.
I don’t have any other problem in hearing , speaking, in touch sensations or any other neurologic disorders.
I am fully desperate and you are my last hope

 Dr. Tamer Fouad - Sun Nov 23, 2003 4:49 am

User avatar NJINDAL,
Look up the word "dyslexia". It is the inability to interpret what is read. However, what you describe looks more like a psychological problem preventing you from reading. Does this happen with all types of reading. Does it happen with studying more? Is there a history of a psychological trauma related to studying and reading that happened 3 years ago?
These are some of the questions that could help you reach a conclusion.


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