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A stroke may present in various ways, few of which may be sudden onset of weakness of a half of the body, difficulty in speaking, deviation of the mouth to one side, numbness, etc. Try to sit/lie down if possible to avoid getting hurt by falling down. If you ever get such a feeling you need to be taken to the Hospital as acute stroke can usually be treted well to get you recovered soon. Do not delay in this. Keep phone numbers handy for fast dialing. Go to the ER immediately.
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My 12 year old is on a swim team. He was told to swim 15 meters freestyle without breathing. When he finished he came up crying with intense occipital lobe pain. Later he slept for an hour & is now nauseous. He still is not feeling well. Should I take him to the ER?
hello, I am 30 years old, 5 6 and about 208 lbs. Earlier tonight I was driving and smoking a cigarette. As soon as I started smoking the cigarette i felt a bit edgy kind of shakey . after a few minutes I felt an anxiety attack coming on. Ive had these before but not like today. My vision was very blurry, It was hard for me to focus on what was infront of me. My hands got cold and and started to tingle reallly bad like if they were numb. I began to sweat and had the feeling I was about to black out. I felt like I couldnt breath. could this have been a mini stroke and not a severe anxiety attack?
My mothers brother in India has had a stroke in the last few hours. The Hospital (PGI in Chandighar) is refusing to admit him, instead they have done preliminary checks and I believe they have given a dose of t-PA and sent him home. Is this correct procedure for India? As a student doctor in the UK I feel this is substandard and bad treatment. Also How should the patient be treated if they are at home? Since certain monitoring deviced are not available.
Atrial fibrillation with RVR. 82 year old white male. History of mini-strokes. Diagnosed with SSS- went in for an AV pacemaker. Came out with AFib with RVR. Now afib is at a rate 50% of the time at 100-120. and 2 % of the time up to 180. He is on lopressor XL bid 150mg. What would you suggest next?
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My 90 year old father is completely pacemaker dependent, but has had a stroke, is wheelchair bound and now has dementia. Difficult to get him to a cardiologist office. What will happen to him if the battery gets low?
I stopped a birth control pill two weeks ago because of blind migraines with the risk of stroke. I have now had a headache for two weeks and getting Ice cold soaking sweats at night. Should I be concerned or is this normal after stopping birth control?
The last two days I have been experiencing buzzing in my right ear. This is also the side I have some blockage going on in carotid. Five years ago I had a mild stroke because the left carotid artery was almost completely blocked. I had surgery, and I have no residual effects of the stroke. I have kept an eye on the carotids with ultrasound every year. This ringing in the right ear is not constant, but comes & goes. It is a loud mechanical buzzing noise. Am I right in thinking it is probably due to the carotid blockage, or would you think it could be something more significant that needs further testing? Thank you.
My left testicle has been giving me slight pain and discomfort for around a week now. Especially when I lay on my side to go to sleep, it floats substantially in front of my right testicle. When I m standing it is more elevated than my right, and...