Symptom: Diffculty Thinking And Talking

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Diffculty Thinking And Talking

Difficulty thinking and talking is the inability or failure to call upon thoughts at will and to verbalize them. It can also caused decreased concentration.

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Sometimes I'm talking and can't remember either what I was saying or can't remember the next word. Also I have difficulty getting my words out so I give up7/19/2017 at 10:19 AM
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Can't think and talk right 9/15/2016 at 06:02 AM
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I feel like my brain is gone! Very frustrating and embarrassing. 6/16/2015 at 07:02 PM
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I can't concentrate on a whole sentence when reading emails. 9/20/2012 at 01:45 PM
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I only have this when my asthma is bad and I can't really breathe like usual, so there it comes difficulty talking in whole sentences, and I like breathe in multiple times during the sentence, and I can have difficulties thinking sometimes. It's the most severe during asthma attacks, since when I get them, I usually can't talk as fast as I start to wheeze hard, and I can't really think when I don't get enough oxygen in. I resolve this with a bronchodilator and it's okay then. In normal life, when there are no asthma symptoms, I don't have a problem with that.3/27/2012 at 03:14 AM
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