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Hot in face, losing balance, numbness, sore neck, unable to move left side. Why?

My friend was sittiong on a bed talking to him uncle n smoking a cig. I went in there to join them when my friend stopped in mid sentence he started getting really hot his face was glossy he started walking funny n was loosing his balance.we took him outside to get some air n cool down.we then took him in n sat him down he said his whole left side was numb and asleep he went home still no feeling. Next day he could move n feel his left side. But was really sore especially in his neck. What the hell happened? Mini stroke? Bulge disk? Please help.: im just cautious and worry.
Asked On : Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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Based on details there are 2 possibility in view of symptom being episodic , transient ischemic stroke versus focal seizure.

You should consult neurologist for clinical examination of your friend and require CT scan brain and EEG for further confirmation
He also require blood sugar and cholesterol level to be checked

Hope this will help you

Dr sandhya Manorenj
Hi Tech city Hyderabad
Answered: Thu, 30 May 2013
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