chestina

364d

does your brain injury affect by knowing the words you want to say and not being able to say them cuz you can't get them out right

Intracranial Injury

Aphasia

Irritability and Anger

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  • Bud315

    364d

    I was that way, but have recently found it was a side effect of medication. I changed to a new seizure medication (many many to choose from) and I seem to communicate better now.

  • chestina

    364d

    Thanks for answering back. Im on the same meds I know lots o f changes sine the tbi .

  • Sedo

    364d

    Sometimes I find it difficult to advocate for myself when I'm upset. I do better with typing than I do talking at times which I noticed came after my TBI

  • Rosyshamrock88

    361d

    I have trouble with words sometimes, especially if I’m upset, or having a very bad day. It’s like my brain is over loaded so easily.

  • ShihTzuMommy

    360d

    Yes! That’s called Aphasia! I have been diagnosed with it after my TBI! ❤️ ❤️ 🤗 ❤️ ❤️

  • OuchiePrincess

    356d

    It affects my ability to do math 😅 also I stutter if I’m really upset, and it’s worse if I’m trying to do math and getting upset about it

  • Amanda721

    330d

    This is Aphasia ❤️

  • blankitten

    321d

    this 10000% a problem for me too.. even in the simplest sense. like if someone asked me “what time is it?” i could say easily “it’s 9:20”. but if they said “how was your day?” that’s just like such an open ended question and it’s so sickening to say “fine” or “good” but i always resort to that because it’s just too fucking hard to dive in and try to pick out WORDS

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