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Think i had a stroke have speech problems no energy bad headache

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Dr. Rick Koch
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
6 doctors agree

In brief: Get to the

Er asap for further evaluation.

In brief: Get to the

Er asap for further evaluation.
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Dr. Laura McMullen
Pediatrics
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In brief: A

A stroke is a brain injury from either bleeding into the brain or loss of blood flow.
It is a medical emergency and can cause permanent neurologic injury or even death. Three of the most common symptoms are facial weakness, arm drift and change in speech - if you have any of these symptoms, you have a higher likelihood that you are having a stroke. If you think you are having a stroke, you must call 911 and go to the emergency room for evaluation. Quick diagnosis and treatment can reduce stroke severity.

In brief: A

A stroke is a brain injury from either bleeding into the brain or loss of blood flow.
It is a medical emergency and can cause permanent neurologic injury or even death. Three of the most common symptoms are facial weakness, arm drift and change in speech - if you have any of these symptoms, you have a higher likelihood that you are having a stroke. If you think you are having a stroke, you must call 911 and go to the emergency room for evaluation. Quick diagnosis and treatment can reduce stroke severity.
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