Im not a diabetic, when i touch in the middlewhere the bumb is the front of my throat if i press on it a little bit it stars to make me gag, can some one explane to me what the different between a seizure & a pseduo seizure . for the second time i'm asking can u have a seizure when or after having a mini strokes?View Thread
I had a MRA yesterday because the Dr told me i had a 50% blockage in a vein in my neck.
when they did the test yesterday they had put an I.V. in my arm because the dr had ordered mra with contrast .
when they stared but the contrast in my I.v during one of the scans of the mra.. it hurt very badly & it burned so bad i stared to scream . so is this normal for the contrast to hurt like this &did i have a reaction to the dye they were useing.View Thread
the D.R. put me on plavix for the t.i.a. i had september 1st & I hurt my shoulder a couple of days ago. my question is how many aceteminophen can i take saftly in one day with the plavix with out getting sick from to much of both medicationsView Thread
Just got home from the hospital today my LDL cholesterol was 193 very high , was put in the hospital because i had a second t.i.a due to increased lipids. what does increased lipids mean s & how to the have any thing to do with having a stroke? the DR put me on plavix do this medcation have any side effects? if so what are they.View Thread
Dr, I had a T.I.A last July.. when i had my eyes exam today the ophthamologist told me i had only a 60% vision in my left eye, i she also told me that I have vigual field defects in my left eye & the DR wants me to see an specialist ophthamolgist .
my question is :what are the cause of Vigual field defects in a eye. is their any treatment for this condtion.
I have been having some blured vision in the left eye & some times i have the blured vision in both of my eyes. not every day this happens but its scary .View Thread
DR. ever sence i had my stroke T.I.A July 21st 2011 my left leg has been swolen.. the DR. said when i was in the hospital that it would go down.well it has not done so it been almost a year its still swolen. is this a consern?View Thread
Dr. thanks for the info it helps alot..I, was checked for Diabetes & my sugar levels are normal, i take my meds every day try to eat right get enought sleep,have to go see my nuraoligest again soon.I read that 1 in 3 people have a chance to have a worse stroke after having a T.I.A is this true?.View Thread
your right on the money dr, it is a lymph node infection im on antibiotics for this now & i have something called folliculitis on my scalp the dr give me a script for a cream to rub on my scalp twice a day.View Thread
dr.i was in so much pain i went toan ergent care pleace tonight i have lymphadenopathy an infection in one of my lympnodes an infection on my scalp called folliculitis given an antibioctic for my lympnode and some cream to put on my scalp. going to make an app for my family dr tomorrow.View Thread
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