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Who would have thought that a mini stroke would open the door to save my life! My worst moment of my life…would save it. Blessed.
How to Prevent a Stroke After a TIA 00:00:49 Part 1 Recognizing a TIA 00:00:56 1 – Recognize the severity of the condition 00:01:35 2 – Seek immediate medical attention if you experience symptoms 00:02:19 [More]
Who would have thought that a mini stroke would open the door to save my life! My worst moment of my life…would save it. Blessed.
Source: People who are born with congenital heart defects (CHDs) are at greater risk for having a TIA (mini-stroke or transcient ishchemic attack) or stroke. A stroke occurs when there is bleeding into the [More]
Mini stroke or TIA: Signs, Symptoms, and Treatments. A transient ischemic attack (TIA) happens when blood flow to part of the brain is stopped for a short time. It’s also called a mini-stroke because the [More]
LiveWell: Understanding mini strokes (TIA)
New findings reported in the New England Journal of Medicine may cut the risk of a serious stroke in half. The data reflects that the sufferer of a mini stroke, referred to as transient ischemic [More]
Mini-stroke expert Professor Peter Rothwell says symptoms of TIAs can include loss of speech for a few minutes and loss of strength in the arms
I just wanted to share an experience I had in which I am questioning if I had a TIA Mini Stoke ( Transient Ischemic Attack). After going to get checked out at the hospital – [More]

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