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Fatigue and memory loss causes

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doctor1 MD

I have not been feeling very well I've had a CT scan and an MRI scan which came back clear I don't feel like myself I feel very out of it I have no energy sometimes I get so confused I don't know where I'm at dizziness and feeling faint I have bad...

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Worried re: my husband. He has fatigue , some memory loss—can’t remember what something is called so he gives it an other name, then blows me off when i ask him about it. He is,also, making odd ...

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the diagnosis of chronic fatigue , without enough control of it, to work 50 weeks a year (part time or full time ...

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I just put these symptoms in! I m tired, stumble a lot, confused with my words and familiar driving routes. It seems my mind has word but they come to me eventually. My sister has dementia at age 62. I have been diagnosed with chronic depression...

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headaches, fatigue, inability to sleep through the night, disorientation at times, the inability to process information and inability to read at times, and memory loss . When I plugged in these symptoms, 99 ...

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For the past 6 months I have been having episodes of being dizzy, weak, foggy Brian feeling, disconnected from my feelings, inability to concentrate,poor memory, Extreme fatigue,hives after hot shower ...

doctor1 MD

ago, I noticed memory loss, behavior not normal for him, lying, fatigue. He finally admitted he thinks ... there was no indication of memory loss. ...

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My wife is a 46 female who has been suffering from confusion, loss of coordination, mild memory loss, fatigue, loss of empathy and sometimes sympathy. She has been Dx. previously with Vitamin D ...

doctor1 MD

My husband goes into extreme fatigue (seizure?) in the afternoon on a regular basis, often 2 to 3 times a week. If he does not go into extreme fatigue, he goes into fatigue on a lesser level every day ...

doctor1 MD

and THEN look into the causes of these major problems? This is from her primary dr. ...

doctor1 MD

Its clearly difficult for me to put things in words when I wake up every morning I forget Things. I feel fuzzy and confused. I feel tired and fatigued. Slowly and slowly I revive my self ...

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Hello, I was put on effient a year ago after heart attack and having a medicated stent put in. Weaned myself off Crestor because of pain , fatigue , and complete memory loss . Wake up everyday ...

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I have been smelling a rancid smell for about 2 months. It comes in waves and I thought it was me but now I know that I am actually the only one smelling it. I also have terrible memory loss and fatigue ...

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My Mom is 89 years old. Up until 5 months or so ago she was perfectly healthy. Now has chronic fatigue, some memory loss. Doesn t want to get out of bed-- too tired. Winded just taking a bath. Doctor ...

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Loss of memory, Extreme headaches, extreme fatigue, light headed to the point I will fall now, joint pain and weakness. I know I might be missing somethings, and low grade fever. I have had ...

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doctor1 MD

Please explain in detail. Hit thanks and take care.

doctor1 MD

Dear Friend. Masturbation is totally a normal activity. It doesn't cause any harm to you and no memory loss occurs on doing it. But just remember excess of everything is bad. Stay healthy.

doctor1 MD

Hi, Your symptoms are suggestive of depression. You should contact a psychiatrist for complete evaluation. Also investigations like complete blood counts and thyroid profile to rule out associated anemia or hypothyroidism would be required. Treatment with anti-depressants like escitalopram would be helpful. Best wishes for a speedy recovery.