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Menopause, short-term memory loss. CT scan, MRI normal. History of large lump. Treatment?

hi? incurred a goose egg size bump on right front forehead in 2005. shattered pelvis too. now, am 53, in the throws of menopause , and am experiencing an seemingly increasing case of short term memory loss? and general cognitive problems. Long term memory is fine. two ct brain scans, one brain mri scan , gave my internist no information, but he is looking for a brain injury . Any doctorly thoughts???? :) thank you.
Asked On : Thu, 27 Dec 2012
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Hi jillianbeane ! Too much ct scan . It self give you problem. If governmental hopital tell you nothing then take your scan to private doctor. It will clear your doubt. Now you came near to menopause, if it give you hormonal or mood problem consult with gynaecologist. In general if you want to improve memory play videogame or crosswords. Be happy take care. Bye.
Answered: Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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