My husband suffered a stroke a little over two weeks ago, with te onset othe only symptomsthat he had was that he got dizzy had to short spells of dizziness and the second one let him partialy blind in his left eye, at the hospital his blood pressure bottomd out on him and he flatlined but they were able to rvive him, Since then he has had a continous headache ois left side and blurrines in the lefteyHis visin returned after 7 long hoursHe was seen today by a specialist . THe specialist confirmed that he had definetly hd a stroke in his cerebral cortex part of his brainwhich has left him with blind spots in both of his eyes. He has been refered to 2 other specialist. But the blurriness and headachs are still a constant but ow he has high blood pressure and he has an increasing problem being exposed to the heat. Does anyone know of these types of side effects>View Thread
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