I am sorry to hear this.
The numbness on the left leg, arm, and face which is transient (for a couple of hours) suggestive of transient ischemic attack
TIA results from decreased supply of blood to brain caused due to blockage of the blood vessel by clot.
TIA is common in >50 years age, smokers, with a history of Diabetes, hypertension
, history of thombosis (clotting disorder
Your history of massive blood clots in both lungs from a blood clot in the left leg (known as pulmonary embolism
) suggests your current diagnosis more likely towards TIA.
I would manage like the following:
You will have to take Tab.Aspirin 75 mg once daily which is a blood thinner helps to prevent blood clot formation.
If you are already on Aspirin you should add Clopidogrel
If you are a smoker - smoking cessation
Mild exercise - brisk walking
Monitor blood sugar levels and control sugars
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