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Hi, I have been experiencing sever memory loss for example

Hi, I have been experiencing sever memory loss for example when I am in the shower I forget if I have washed my hair... I forget which streets to turn down that I drive on ever day.. I forget what I eat for lunch and I forget names and faces and while conversations quite regularly. I am only 21 years old so not sure what could be wrong, I also get very often headaches.
Mon, 29 Oct 2018
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