Example: yesterday, I was asking my husband about the phone in the office. I couldn't think of the word phone, so I said ' um..you know...the black thing with the buttons'.
Is this a true MS symptom, or am I just over stressed and over tired? Question
100% MS symptom.
It is, along with fatigue, one of the most frustrating symptoms I think.
A very good friend visited me today with her baby. I asked 'well, is she 6 months old now?' - my friend was openly shocked because she is only 3 months old and we have been in contact every fortnight since she's been born. Then my husband came home and I couldn't remember what I'd told him 2 minutes before and repeated a story - then I couldn't remember words for fork, patio-door and basics like that. It's a bad day. I'm hoping tomorrow will be better. I agree with RED too. It's worse when I'm tired, when I've done a lot of physical work (I vacuumed, washed floors and hung out 3 loads of washing today in high humidity) and when humidity
How do the rest of you cope with the shock you get when you realise you've made a major error or mistake? It really effects my confidence.
RR-MS dx 1998 and Coeliac dx 2003
Copaxone, Cymbalta. EPO, Fish Oils, Vitamin D3 2000 IU daily, Cal/Mag/Zinc, Multivitamin/mineral, Co-Enzyme Q10, Probiotics, Milk Thistle.