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    mugsy1960 posted:
    I just found out that my Mother has a fib. Atrieal Fibulation. Which is causing less blood flow/ less oxygen to the brain.
    She's going to get an MRI of her brain to see if she has had any mini strokes.
    Also, She's now on 2 medications, one being a blood thinner which should help with getting more oxygen to the brain.
    Anyway, VERY glad to actually KNOW whats going on with her and I want to say thank you to the people who took the time to reply to my question before.
    Thanks again
    Ed
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    cjh1203 responded:
    I'm so glad you got a diagnosis, and hope the AFib can be controlled well with medication. Do her doctors think that might be the explanation for her paranoia? I hope there will be a big improvement now that her doctors know what's going on.

    Carol


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