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It is more short term memory I am having an issue with...but there are things we can do to help it... One of the exercises on the Wednesday thread has something with a ball toss this is to help brain function....so even tho it may so simple..try it. Try and relax...
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Iceboy, The way I cope with short term memory loss is lots and lots of post it notes!!! They are covering my counters and art painting table where I work. The only problem is that I have to then try to remember what notes tell me what I'm supposed to be doing on what days and then I also have a nasty habit of loosing the note I'm trying to find. I now write notes to tell me where the next days notes are!!!.....I think?
i have good reasoning power but a very poor short term memory . # my ct scan of head gave normal result but MRI report showed a dark region on 1of the cerebrum on the upper side ( at the region responsible for memory and personality what i could correlate in my books ). somehow i couldnt consult with a Dr. regarding that.
What it tells me is that the short term memory is affected. The long term stays in tact. Seems as folks get older that the short memory goes and the long term stays. There has been many times that I have listened to older folks talk about the old days, what they did, complain about yesteryear. Me I am more interested in knowing their experiences and how it relates to the now. Maybe the treatment causes early short term memory loss. Hope this is not permanent.
Hi Wolf, confusion or memory loss of that nature is truly frightening.I had problems with my short-term memory, I have problems remembering names, phone numbers and the like. My concentration is also poor as is my ability to digest information, However nothing as severe as you have experienced.
Anxiety festers to a life-threatening level, and my short-term memory is now shot, but my long-term memory has actually increased sixfold over the years. My heart pounds often, but I am actually able to run mile after mile and I lift weights. I just recovered from a relapse...but every single time I binge for weeks and weeks at a time taking 16-32 at a time, about 1-3 times a day. I feel as if my mind is no longer the way a human mind should be.
) But seriously, weight-based riba intuitively makes more sense to me on a short course, but you might want to research out how the short-course study did it. For a brief overview: http://www.medpagetoday.com/tbindex1.cfm?tbid=1240 Also, keep two other things in mind. First, non-detectible at week 4 was I believe by a very sensitive PCR that went down to at least 50 IU/ml. Make sure your PCR was at least that sensitive so you're not comparing Breyers to Hagen Daz.
No energy, I take vitamin B supplements, which help very short term. I am taking clonidine, which helped some as well. But the RLS is driving me insane. HOW can I stop this? And when will I start to feel better. Can long term sub users who have gone through withdrawal please help me? I was always told the withdrawal would be very mild, and this is a miracle drug. I will say, my life and habits have changed. I have no desire to use any pills at the moment, and I don't expect that to change.
The problem seems to be with short term memory because I will remember an arbitrary event from six months ago such as where I placed a cup of coffee on the table whilst sitting at home. At other times, I cannot logically follow through with a basic set of instructions without getting confused. If I make photocopies, the papers are always jumbled and it can take hours to place them back into order.
Hi All, I've been on Dilantin since I was 15 when I had my one and only G/M seizure. I'm 48 now and I take 300mg every night. My short term memory ***** but it always has really (i'm not one for telling stories or jokes). I will say that it is worse of late as I finally got in for base line memory test but have not completed it. Overall I have been trouble free for 20+ years once I was able to manage life better.
My short-term memory is not as sharp as it used to be. Also, my short-term memory's not as sharp as it used to be. I may be schizophrenic, but at least I have each other. In Memorium With all the sadness and trauma going on in the world at the moment, it is worth reflecting on the death of a very important person, which almost went unnoticed last week. Larry LaPrise, the man who wrote "The Hokey Pokey", died peacefully at age 93.
8 years after I found out, I was also diagnosed with a pituitary tumor, which has since been removed. I have short-term memory loss, have extreme difficulty remembering names and faces and constantly loosing my keys and other items. I have noticed I get aggitated easy and have become less socialble. I don't like to be around people anymore. Sometimes when I talk, the words in my mind do not come out of my mouth the way I am thinking of them. My cognative abilities have decreased a lot.
Sorry I didn't get back to you sooner. Life sometimes plays dirly little jokes on us. "Short term" use of Xanax, on a daily basis, is defined as four months or less, so you most definitely fall into the short term category. And the amount you were on was very, very small. There is often heated debate about what constitutes "addiction," "dependance," and "tolerance," with many psychotropic medications.
I mean I know he loves me and would never say anything to purposely hurt me but sometimes he's just dumb. Lol. I tell him all the time that it bothers me but it's like he has short term memory or something I swear. I mean I can't wait to be skinny again either buy damn.
I can only remember one verbal step at a time...Maybe a couple. My mind is focused on the present. My short term memory is ****... If it is something I am not familiar with, giving me a slew of directions will frustrate and confuse me. Writing down the steps helps. Sometimes it helps to tell me your intention and then give me one step at a time.
I had no idea I even had MS I fell frequently and thought I was just clumsy... I have short term memory loss and cognative deficits... I thought it was menopause and stress related to work. I had to stop working in 2008 and spent my time researching MS. I won't deny it... I didn't believe it, the same reaction I had when they diagnosed me with fibromyalgia years earlier... it does get better!!!!
I have mentioned my concerns before and they dismissed them saying he was too young, all kids his age are 'shy'. That's another thing, he has no memory for anything..long or short term. You can ask him, when he gets home from school, what he had for lunch and he won't remember. When he was younger he was incredibly intelligent and seemed very advanced for his age. Around age 3 it was like he just stopped understanding things.
1. memory problems: both long-term, and short term. forgetfulness, inability to concentrate, trouble reading, focusing hard on trying to understand people and not getting it [this is one of the worst symptoms, I am somewhat “befuddled”], having to ask people to repeat themselves. 2. general confusion: I have a hard time understanding people. 3. social confusion: I am having a hard time being creative, getting jokes, being socially appropriate in general.
Crystal, it may be the short term memory loss people experience with ECT during and at least, 6 months after. It was offered to me early, in my first 2 years, but I refused because I cannot deal with the short term memory loss and would be uncomfortable depending on others, even if it was for a short time. I know a few people who had it, and it is true that they don't really talk about it, but then, I don't really ask, unless they bring it up themselves. It's nothing like a lobotomy.
going on in there and it made me kinda stressed. I got reports from my gyn/onc in order to do my sick leave and short term disability and didn't really like what I read. I guess, time will tell and I guess it is out of my hands and I just have to trust that everything happens for a reason. I am so scattered right now....man, I gotta get a grip and get moving. I try to remember that God doesn't give us anything He feels we can't handle. He must think I am very strong.....lol.
I had similar symptoms to my PCS, but many more added to much greater depths and permanency such as lack of concentration/focus, short-term memory loss, double vision, dyslexia, occasional brief feelings of 'losing it' and a sexual orientation/attraction shift - I'm bisexual - but was born straight. I had the 'fuzzy' symptoms again for several weeks or months, especially during my college courses I never did complete after multiple attempts to finish my degree.
I have a very poor short term memory but my long term memory is totally intact. LOL!!!!! I'll be 50 on Saturday, maybe that's part of it too. God bless all.
Funny, I remember when I was first diagnosed in 1996 a top GI encouraged tx then, even though there was no reason, except he thought that it was a possibility that those (like me) with low numbers and no damage might respond quicker, but his real reason for encouraging it was that he was the head of the local medical group and he thought companies would soon disallow money for tx due to the volume of patients...can you believe he actually told me that?
I keep him going with both our dogs..make jokes when I am not pooped out...his long term memory is really great..short term is shot....for the most part..he is content..not happy mind you..but content..which means, I feel this more than him...he doesn't realize just how much I miss him every single day.....I watch for glimpes of him..and when I do..I get so dam happy....and he and I laugh at stupid things together....ever while in the ER...nurses and doc couldnt believe it...
1. memory problems: both long-term, and short term. forgetfulness, inability to concentrate, trouble reading, focusing hard on trying to understand people and not getting it [this is one of the worst symptoms, I am somewhat “befuddled”], having to ask people to repeat themselves. 2. general confusion: I have a hard time understanding people. 3. social confusion: I am having a hard time being creative, getting jokes, being socially appropriate in general.
He has also told me quite often, that he has a bad short-term memory but I have noticed he can recall lists of numbers surprisingly easily. The first time we were intimate together he was very confident and initiated quite inappropriate overt sexual behaviour, which was odd considering it was the first time. He told me he has few friends and those he does have he doesn’t discuss emotional things with.
They said if she did come out of the coma,she at best would be able to do very little.She suffered complete short term memory lose.She suffered throat damage,due to pulling her tubes out 20 + times.The nurses kept on telling my wife if you need anything just press the infamous RED button.So,everytime there was a nurses change.I had to inform the nurses,my wife has no short term memory.We had her throat operated on at another hospital later that year,but she did regain a whisper but not much.
My dad age 80 had a stroke 10 months ago. He also had the vascular dementia and loss of short term memory. His confusion also varies greatly each day. One day I will talk to him and he sounds like his old self, the next day he will barely remember me.... It is very difficult to deal with because just when we think he is doing better, he has one of his days in which he is very confused and very weak. I feel the worst for my mom because she has to deal with it every day.
I had a neuropsych eval done over a year ago and verbal expression was really strong but my short-term memory and visuospatial were low and I am not sure what I am experiencing is even related. I think my largest lesion is probably the one causing these issues and it's a 2 cm x 8 mm confluence in my left parietal lobe. There are also quite a few lesions on both sides of the corpus callosum. Are these difficulties I am having some sort of aphasia or does it sound like something else?
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