List of symptoms in ME CFS/ICC/Neurological/Neurocognitive

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These neurocognitive symptoms are part of neurological symptoms recognized in the International Consensus Criteria and are optional diagnostic criteria for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis.


Difficulty processing information: slowed thought, impaired concentration, e.g. confusion, disorientation, cognitive overload, difficulty with making decisions, slowed speech, acquired or exertional dyslexia

Short-term memory loss: e.g. difficulty remembering what one wanted to say, what one was saying, retrieving words, recalling information, poor working memory [1]

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