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Unread 01-03-2013, 12:37 AM   #1
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Is talking to yourself ever a sign of a neurological problem? I don't mean the normal talking to yourself that many people do in private.

Example. I was in the kitchen by myself, and I said "Um, it was about 3:30 in the evening." I don't have any idea why I said this, and it was 7:00 at night at the time. I wasn't thinking about the time or anything...

I have moments where I'm alone and I say sentences that don't make any sense like that. It just comes out and then I wonder why I said it.

I've had some weird symptoms on and off for the past few years. Like stomach problems and lightheartedness. The biggest was when I lost my sense of taste completely for 2 months. I had an MRI and it was fine. I was also tested for porphyria and it was fine.

Is the random, odd sentences I say to myself anything to be worried about, or am I just feeling some anxiety over nothing? Sorry if it's the second one.
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Unread 01-03-2013, 11:45 AM   #2
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Sometimes I talk to myself or just say random things but I do have ACC so I geuss it could be a sign of a neuro disorder. I also tend to repeat sounds for some odd reason.
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Unread 02-15-2013, 01:08 AM   #3
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Hi, I just happened to read your thread. I would definitaly speak with your doctor about this. If a family member told me they did this, I would be worried about them. I have no idea what it could be, but hopefully, by the time you read this, you will have sought out your doctor. If you haven't, Please do.
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Hi,

Is talking to yourself ever a sign of a neurological problem? I don't mean the normal talking to yourself that many people do in private.

Example. I was in the kitchen by myself, and I said "Um, it was about 3:30 in the evening." I don't have any idea why I said this, and it was 7:00 at night at the time. I wasn't thinking about the time or anything...

I have moments where I'm alone and I say sentences that don't make any sense like that. It just comes out and then I wonder why I said it.

I've had some weird symptoms on and off for the past few years. Like stomach problems and lightheartedness. The biggest was when I lost my sense of taste completely for 2 months. I had an MRI and it was fine. I was also tested for porphyria and it was fine.

Is the random, odd sentences I say to myself anything to be worried about, or am I just feeling some anxiety over nothing? Sorry if it's the second one.
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By any chance have you hit your head lately or head been jolted?Are you having any other symptoms like headaches,dizzy,behavior changes,insomnia?
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By any chance have you hit your head lately or head been jolted?Are you having any other symptoms like headaches,dizzy,behavior changes,insomnia?
I have not hit my head, but I have had insomnia and headaches. Two summers ago I had severe dizzyness.
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My mom had an incident where she started talking without wanting to and the words that were coming out were not English or any other language. She was speaking garbled nonsense. This only lasted for a minute and she has not had a repeat episode. She was very upset over this as it had happened in public in front of her church members. The doctor was very concerned about this symptom and sent her for all kinds of heart tests. This can be a sign of a stroke. She had not had a stroke but they found that she has a hole in her heart. They have not done any treatment for it and she has so far not had another incident of this but I thought it sounded a little similar. I think this is something you need to get checked out. I would try a neurologist. Good luck to you.
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