Thank you for choosing health care magic. It would be helpful for us to analyze if you describe your symptoms in detail. If you think your symptoms are fitting in TIA( Transient Ischemic attack
of brain) you have to undergo stroke work up to know the exact reason for symptoms. MRI can pick up TIA s but not all the time. So I would advise you to see a neurologist
at the earliest and have a full stroke work up to prevent further stroke. Usually they will investigate you to know the source of your problem with carotid doppler( to rule our carotid stenosis
), echocardiogram( to rule out any cardiac source - blood clots from heart travel to brain and can give you stroke). Apart from the investigation it is very important to control your risk factors like hypertension
,diabetes and hyperlipidemia
if you have any of these conditions. Visit a neurologist at the earliest.