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Temporary loss of vision, arm and finger tingling, numbness, swallowing difficulty. Treatment?

I have a question real quick It has happen two days apart. Exactly the same way. My side vision in my left eye goes black for like 20 mins about an hour or less afterwards my arm will go tingly from my fingers to my whole left arm. It will also feel numb like its asleep the ill feel like a tingly feeling in mythroat and mouth and face area and feels like its hard to swollow what can it be
Asked On : Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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The blackouts of vision can be because of migraine or some blood circulation abnormalities like narrowing of vessels, emboli formation etc.,
As they are associated with tingling and numbness get a complete health check up done including carotid doppler and lipid profile and ocular examination...
Take care...
Answered: Wed, 7 Aug 2013
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