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Question: Memory Impairment

 ramcis - Sun Nov 18, 2007 6:35 am

I am working as IT professional. From a year i am feeling my memory weak. I usually forget things, terminalogies, name even i tried to learn these things again and again but after a while as my attention divert. I had never been with this problem. When i compare my current memory situation with my memory 2 or 3 years back, i feel a big deference. Many times while conversation, i forget what word to speak. I say again, when i hear a new term, location etc, i repeat it again and again in my mind so that i keep remember it but i forget it again.
Please prescribe something that help me improve me memory. Also what should i include in my diet. My info:
Age: 27 years
Sex: Male
Past Diagnoses: N/A
Past Surgeries: N/A
Family history: This problem is not in my family

Waiting for your positive response...

Best Regards
 ramcis - Wed Nov 21, 2007 2:13 am

Still waiting for your response.......


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