1: Tue Jul 20, 2010 8:07am thatkatAll,
2: Tue Jul 20, 2010 9:15am kirkmcYea, I've had that at times too. I don't know if it's fatigue, meds, or old age. :-)
3: Tue Jul 20, 2010 2:27pm thatkatKirk,
4: Tue Jul 20, 2010 6:05pm vandyHi Kathy,
5: Wed Jul 21, 2010 4:07pm beckycI have noticed it too and thought it was just me. I am not on any meds so that is not what is causing it for me. I did not have it before my bleed so I am going with the fact it is not my age. It is almost more comforting to think it is due to the caverona than the fact that I am 58. LOL
6: Wed Jul 21, 2010 4:42pm Heidi Ripke-CurcioI have noticed the same thing for years but attributed it to working with phone numbers all day...but I worked with numbers before, and it was never this bad... I transpose numbers and letters much more now...
7: Thu Jul 22, 2010 4:56pm OtownmamaCount me in on this one! I'm 29 and not on any meds and have not always had this problem. Even with speaking (typing or writing) quite often the wrong word comes out mid-sentence (totally unrelated) and I think what the? I know I "thought" the right word. I was told by my neurologist and neurosurgeon that these were little seizures. Sometimes it will last for an hour or longer. It reminds me of when I was learning to speak Spanish. I would think a sentence but not know all of the words in Spanish so I would manually have to re-think the sentence using words that I knew even though it may have not sounded as natural. Sometimes my letters or words transpose or even disappear! I can usually compensate for it so no one notices unless it is a point blank question. Anyway you might want to ask about the possibility of seizures.
8: Thu Aug 05, 2010 10:01pm starfish primeI am an eighth grade English teacher, sounds to me that your bleed reverted you back to eighth grade
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