Hi. I am a 46-year-old divorced mother of 2 who has anxiety, depression and PTSD. Lately I have found myself having a lot of problem with finding the right words and when I think I have them, they come out completely different. This happens quite a bit (at least half the time). For example, today I was trying to say splash and it came out splosh. I was also trying to say Dipsy and it came out tipsy. Speaking of which, I never have been into doing drugs or drinking so not sure what else could be causing this. Help please. I am starting to get worried.View Thread
Thanks so much for the info!! I know I have high blood pressure, but have not been checked for anything else so other stuff could be going on. Is there a list of things to be checked for a woman my age? I was thinking cholesterol is one, but not sure of others. Thanks again!View Thread
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