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HomeBlogIn Case of a Mini Stroke

In Case of a Mini Stroke

In Case of a Mini Stroke

Symptoms are similar to a regular Stroke, however it usually dose not result in neurological damage. Should we still have to worry?

You have all probably heard of a Stroke, but do you know what a Transient Stroke (TIA) is?


The name tells you most of the story. A TIA essentially is a temporary blockage of some blood vessels that prevents blood circulation in the brain. Symptoms are similar or milder than a regular Stroke, however it usually does not result in neurological damage or death.


So if it doesn't cause serious damage, why is it important? There are two main reasons:


1. When the TIA occurs, there is no way of knowing if it will pass or if it is in fact a full blown Stroke. Therefore, it is always best to rush for urgent medical attention.


2. TIA is a warning sign for future Strokes. One third of patients that have suffered a TIA will have a Stroke, half of these will occur within six months of the TIA.

This is a good opportunity to refresh Stroke symptoms which include: sudden disorientation, difficulty in comprehension or speech, drooling, reduced vision in one or both eyes, dizziness, difficulty in walking, strong headaches for no apparent reason.

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