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How can short term memory loss be treated ?

My daughter is suffering short term memory loss , and she is studying 7th standrad, she couldnt do maths ,she will always forget whenever we teach her, is any treatment for her, Further pls precribe suitable doctors in chennai My daughter is suffering short term memory loss, and she is studying 7th standrad, she couldnt do maths ,she will always forget whenever we teach her, is any treatment for her, Further pls precribe suitable doctors in chennai One year we took her to psychiatrist , doctor advised to go for remedial classes But we didnt go for that as fees very high, we need more suggestion, for treatment G.ganesh
Asked On : Sat, 30 Apr 2011
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Short term memory loss in a child who is bright or had good memory before can be due to stress;casual attitude if she is getting scolded;fear of teachers or parents which are mental reasons to precipitate memory loss.First talk to her and don't pressurize her for studies.In teens a child suffers from mental issues so needs to handle problem with care and make her understand.Tell her mother to talk to her in detail she should improve with some mental and moral support .If not then consult a child Psychogist.
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