My friend has been having daily headaches, nosebleeds, and also frequent memory loss. She often forgets encounters or conversation and even seems to maybe having blackouts where she cant remember things shes done throughout her day. I have known her for 2.5 years and not once has she had the memory loss and headaches symptoms as often as she has had for the past couple of months and her nosebleeds have started about 2 weeks ago. and she doent take any meds or hasnt even seen a doc. Can you please advise me what it may be and how we can help the situation before seeing the doc??
I don't get the nosebleeds very often, but the headaches and memory loss are pretty constant. What you describe and the fact they have changed with now having memory loss and nosebleeds she should probably be seen by a DR. There are several things she can do before, especially chart the headaches and other symptoms, but not knowing for sure why she is having this--it could be migraines, high blood pressure or something else, so she really should go to the DR.
You are a good friend and are concerned so I hope she will listen to you.
Sorry there isn't more I could think of until we know why this is happening.
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