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    niravarav
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    One of my uncles facing now short time memory loss problem. He is now 60 years old man. Doctors can’t give a proper solution for this.

    He usually forgot where he kept his Mobile phone or car keys. He is in a big trouble in everydays life.

    Do you guys have any suggestion for my uncle ? Thanks in advance!

    #62591
    niravarav
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    Hello… so there is no one to help me 😥 😥 😥

    #62592
    Catherine Poole
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    This is not a melanoma related issue, that we know of. I would have him checked by your family doctor and see if a neurologist should be consulted. Short term memory issues can be normal!

    #62593
    niravarav
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    Catherine Poole wrote:

    This is not a melanoma related issue, that we know of. I would have him checked by your family doctor and see if a neurologist should be consulted. Short term memory issues can be normal!


    The doctor didn’t give any good treatment. Do you have any other idea ?

    #62594
    Catherine Poole
    Keymaster

    I would get another opinion, maybe even have a therapist evaluate too. does he have melanoma?

    #62595
    niravarav
    Participant

    No, he doesn’t have melanoma.

    #62596
    Catherine Poole
    Keymaster

    This is a melanoma bulletin board. So we tend to know about situations with melanoma not other problems. But a good GP, mental health professional or other allied professional should be able to determine the issue. This does happen with age or stress.

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