I think I had a mini stroke I had a major headache and severe pain in the back of my head and neck. I also had a very irrateble right eye everything went blurred and I could not focus on any detail also it waa like I had no side vision in my right eye like a semi circle was taken away. I suffer from severe high blood pressure and at the tim my bp was 200 over 135. They did a ct that was clear but did show my brain arteries were wider than normal not sure why also looked in my right eye and said it looked a little swollen in the back. I'm only 28 they said must be a migraine but I have never had one before I think it was a mini stroke does this sound like the symptoms and does a tia show up on a ct the next day.View Thread
I had a ct scan which can back normal but my discharge note reads the intracranial arteries of the man look rather wideraising the possibility of chronic sever hypertension. what does this mean is it dangerous i was sent home and said doctor was to busy to answer this question bp was 190 over 130 i was in over suspected mini stoke (tia) but ct was next day was clear.View Thread
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