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    whats happening:-

    - im getting headaches
    - im getting confused easily (I was giving a lad in work a stapler and I had the stapler in one hand and envolope in other and I passed the envolope) and (when driving instructor said go left I hit indicator and then felt wrong so changed it and he asked why I went right)
    - Im starting to forget things like when im looking up a song, I forget the name and when I go for lunch I forget why I have gone downstairs

    does this sound serious? think I need check up? any ideas what it is?
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    and I have no history of anything like this
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    You need to go doctor, sounds kinda serious to be honest.

    Mild amensia from the sounds of it
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    (Original post by Clever100)
    You need to go doctor, sounds kinda serious to be honest.

    Mild amensia from the sounds of it
    can you get that mildly?
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    It could just be that you're stressed?

    Those are sort of classic the-mind-is-too-busy-with-other-things-it-forgets-the-minor-bits. Are you doing anything stressful at the moment, even if you don't FEEL stressed particularly?

    I'm like that CONSTANTLY and get peeved when my parents pass it off as "getting old" when they do it. It's possibly to be like that at any age.

    But yeah, just to check and make sure, go to a doctor.
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    Go to the doctor :facepalm2:
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    Why do people ask these things on a forum? Would you broadcast this sort of issue in the middle of a street? No.

    See a doctor
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    (Original post by JmsG)
    Why do people ask these things on a forum? Would you broadcast this sort of issue in the middle of a street? No.

    See a doctor
    Oh so for a topic to be discussed on TSR, it has to be one that the OP would broadcast in the street? That's a bit silly really. Sometimes it's just nice to get other people's opinions, like someone else may have experienced the same thing you know.
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    See a doctor.

    Are you getting enough sleep? Are you under any stress? Are you getting much exercise?
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    Have you got other symptoms?
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    (Original post by Clever100)
    You need to go doctor, sounds kinda serious to be honest.

    Mild amensia from the sounds of it
    What makes you qualified to diagnose someone with 'mild amnesia' on the internet? What if they were to take you seriously and then then real problem gets ignored. I know you only mean well but it is quite risky.
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    (Original post by Clever100)
    Mild amensia from the sounds of it
    lol - Sounds nothing like amnesia.
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    (Original post by Clever100)
    You need to go doctor, sounds kinda serious to be honest.

    Mild amensia from the sounds of it
    Or not...
 
 
 
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