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    did my mother have s stroke
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    An_227163 posted:
    Yesterday my mother just FELL. She is 75 years old with high blood pressure high blood sugar among other things. After her fall yesterday while on the
    floor she was twitching since then she has had jerking movements in her arms confused and talking very strange about things that make no sense
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    Caprice_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi Anon and welcome to WebMD,

    Your mother needs to go to the hospital to find out if she did, indeed, have a stroke or a seizure or what happened. If she had a stroke or seizure they will want to determine the cause and treat accordingly to lessen the chance of it happening again.

    This isn't something to guess at.


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