First I’ll give an example or two, then give some information about me to hopefully assist in solving the mystery!
Example 1: I was sitting watching tv then got up and asked my husband if he was hungry and asked what he’d like to eat. After getting the answers I made him some Alfredo. I handed him the Alfredo and he asked me why I made him food and told me he wasn’t hungry. I explained I had asked him and he told me that never happened.
Example 2: my step son wanted to go home but we didn’t have gas to take him so I asked my roommate if we could borrow her car. After she said yes I went back to ask if my husband had gotten ahold of the birth mother to verify if we could take him home and he told me we could. I went and got the keys to the car and got my step son all dressed up to leave then when I told my husband we were ready to go he told me he still was waiting on a response from the birth mother. Just like the first example, we argued back and forth about it but ultimately he never told me these things.
The problem is not in my memories, it’s in my day to day life. I can recall memories correctly, I just have no idea anymore if what I just saw or heard actually happened. It’s like I’m watching an illusion and reacting to it as though it is really happening or there. This also doesn’t happen a lot as far as I know, only once every couple months I will catch this happening.
I am a 26 year old female. I have been diagnosed with moderate to severe depression and anxiety and I am prediabetic and have PCOS. I am a smoker, and have been for 9years now. In these situations I was not drinking or on any drugs. I drink alcohol very seldom and am completely drug free. Feel free to ask me for more information about my self, but this is all I can think of that is relative.
If you have any knowledge of what could be causing this please let me know, I am honestly terrified I have early onset Alzheimer’s or something of the sort and plan to see a doctor about this, but was hoping to do some research first about other possibilities of what is going on with my head.