Irene Callaghan Posted August 4, 2019 Share Posted August 4, 2019 Well just a couple of weeks ago just about to dish up dinner and reached for the big spoon and just lost use of my hand. I couldn’t make out what happened and started rubbing it furiously. I tried to speak out loud but it was slurred and difficult. That’s it, back to normal 5 mins later. My husband wanted me to go to hospital, but I wouldn’t. Should have I know. Next day saw my GP who made me an appointment for next day at the hospital and gave me aspirin and a statin. I had a CT scan and neck scan. Also heart monitored and blood pressure. The consultant said it was a stroke and not a TIA. Did not explain how he knew that. Some other people had far worse experiences but were TIA. I have to back for an ambulatory heart thing which I wear for 6 days and an echo heart scan. He also changed my medication. i am a pensioner but quite an active one. Have no history of this in the family. So just carrying on with life. Hoping it doesn’t happen again. So glad to have found this forum. Such a help to read other people’s experiences. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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