Hi, My niece has lost her memory more than once. It started a few years ago where she lost everything. She remembered how to do basic things, tie shoes, brush teeth, stuff like that but not places, people and how they are associated to her. She was hit in the head with something and hit the groud. The one doc that she went to said she shouldn't have lost her memory and the docs at the E.R. only thought it would be temporary. Well, it wasn't she would remember some stuff but never everything. She would remember, like if she smelled something or did something. We tried and tried to get her to go to other docs or therapist but she refused. She doesn't think they will help. So one year after this, she lost her memory again. This time she remembered more but forgot so much. She remembered us but it was more like yeah, I know you from somewhere but what do you mean to me. Still wouldn't go to the doc. Now, 10 months later, she has lost her memory again. I don't know how to help her. This is no way for someone to have to live their life. Also, she loses her memory when she is really trying to remember something, like something is trying to come back to her and she gets migraines. She did have a bad childhood and I think she may be trying to repress it. What can I do to help her?
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