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Signs Of Impending Stroke
No.: Hering voices or music has nothing to do with blood pressure. High blood pressure, when it is vey high, can lead to a stroke, but it does not cause hearing things. Go see a physician very soon as high blood pressure is an urgent medical problems that needs urgent attention and treatment. ...Read more
Get evaluated : When someone is light-headed they tend to lose their balance. It's a fairly non-specific symptom. At 35 years old the chances of you having a stroke is very low. However you should see your doctor to get to the bottom of this light-headedness as it could be from multiple things. That being said, some strokes present with loss of balance and 'light-headedness'. Please see your doctor. ...Read more
Headache for 20 hours now, fatigue and malaise feeling. Warning sign of impending stroke? Should I be scared?
Headache: If you've had a headache for such a long time you need to see a doctor ASAP. You need to have your blood pressure checked and may need a CT scan or MRI of the brain. With your age I would be more suspicious or a migraine or an aneurism than a stroke. Either way you need medication attention ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is intermittent tingling on two fingers and a pressure feeling on the tip of thumb on my left hand a sign of impending stroke or heart attack?
Tingling: This is more than likely due to something in your neck irritating a sensory part of the nerve usually c6 or c7. If you are concerned about it you should see your family doctor. Signs of a stroke are usually more pronounced ie, facial weakness, arm weakness, speech disturbance, visual changes.. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it possible that a dull, intermittant pain on the left side of my neck be a sign of an impending stroke?
Emergency: This kind of question worries me. If you are watching anyone who you think is having a stroke then minutes count. Lives can be saved with rapid and immediate medical attention. If you have not already called 911 or gotten the person into medical care regardless of the answers here it may be wise to do so now. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Several: Sudden onset of problems speaking, confusion, and muscle weakness can often be signs of a stroke. It is very important that you go to the emergency department asap if this happens. The faster one is evaluated & treated, the more likely it will be successful. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
F.A.S.T.: F = new onset facial weakness on one side, the mouth or the eye droops (smiling shows this up) A = new onset arm weakness (you cant hold one of your arms up or lift it properly S = speech problems, new slurring or difficulty finding the name for common objects e.g. pen, chairs, keys. T = Urgent treatment in hospital is required. Call ambulance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: Sudden heavy feeling or paralysis or weakness of one side of the body, drooping of the same side of the face. Slurred speech, confusion, vision changes, and headache. These symptoms have a sudden onset and would all happen on the same side of the body. If you or someone you know is experiencing these signs, call for help immediately and take note of the time of symptom onset. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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