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What causes numbness and pain in foot while suffering from stroke?

I had a tia stroke in august. Now my toes on one foot go numb and tingly sometimes stabbing pains go through them. I get dizzy sometimes and always tired. When I had the tia I felt my face go numb on the one side for about 30 seconds and then it felt like a bag of marbles going up the one side of my face as it went back to normal. The tia was on the right side and my foot problem is on the right. ????
Wed, 27 May 2015
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DEAR FRIEND I UNDERSTAND YOUR PROBLEMS, SEE THE REASONS FOR STROKE A'RE MANY. YOU MAY HAVE PROBLEMS OF HIGH BP OR MORE CHOLESTEROL!? Due TO THAT YOUR MAIN BRAIN ARTERY WE CALLED IT AS MCI. MAY GOT COMPROMISE D. SO YOUR FACE AND ONE SIDE LIMB GOT AFFECTED. Dear FRIEND IN THAT SOME SENSORY AND MOTOR CENTER INJURY HAPPENED.SO DUE TO THAT YOU ARE FEELING TINGLING AT THUMB OF LEG. DON'T WORRY AS YOU WORK MORE WITH PHYSIOTHERAPIST SO THEY WILL TEACH MUCH MORE EXERCISE FOR SAME.
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