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If you have a mini stroke does that mean a big stroke is imminent?

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Dr. Julian Bragg
Neurology
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In brief: Not necessarily

A small stroke does not necessarily mean that you will have a larger stroke in the future, but it does increase your risk dramatically.
It is important to be evaluated by a doctor to make sure that all stroke reversible risk factors are well controlled, and that you are on the appropriate medications for secondary stroke prevention.

In brief: Not necessarily

A small stroke does not necessarily mean that you will have a larger stroke in the future, but it does increase your risk dramatically.
It is important to be evaluated by a doctor to make sure that all stroke reversible risk factors are well controlled, and that you are on the appropriate medications for secondary stroke prevention.
Dr. Julian Bragg
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Dr. Michael Korona
See stroke.org for good info.
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