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Can relate! I can't think of words to say and my short term memory is horrible. T1 for 36 years and countless lows enough to blackout. I am 51 but have been having extreme memory problems for 15-20 years. So I don't think mine is due to normal aging. Had several tests by neurologist and he believed that it was due to ADHD and not seizures or extreme lows. I don't agree and just deal using other people's memory as a huge help.
I feel like my memory has been most certainly been effected! I have had diabetes 36 years and have no other complications either. I have been concerned enough about my memory that I had tests by neurologist a few years ago and it was his opinion that the memory loss or problems had to do with ADHD and not seizures. I have had many seizures over the years. I am getting older (51) but my memory is embarrassing! I say yes, insulin shock effects memory.....