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MRI post stroke showed spot on brain, have dropping on one side of the face, lip twitching, under severe stress. Sign of another stroke?

Hi my husband had a stroke monday night. He got out of the hospital yesterday. The mri/ mra showed a 2 mm spot on his brain. We are trying to figure out whats its going to effect. His left side of his face is slightly drooping and the left side of his upper lip has started twitching on and off today. Is that normal. Hes been under a ton of stress today over his 18 yr old daughter. Then the twitching started. Could it be another stroke.
Asked On : Thu, 26 Jul 2012
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Hi, the history and facial findings of your husband told by you suggests facial paralysis. The white spot on imaging may be the cause of facial weakness. The recent findings of twichings on the lips may be due to minor seizure episodes and shpuld be shown to your consulting doctor to prevent worsening of twitchings. Its less likely to stress related. Bye.
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