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    Hemorragic Stroke
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    An_248537 posted:
    I am 52 yr. old female who suffered a hemorragic stroke approximately 16 months ago. I feel like I take one step forward and two steps backwards. It seems to me like the tremors have just kept getting worse. I have lost my confidence in public and have experienced panic attacks in crowded places. I am still unsteady on my feet, but do have some days that are better than others. My neurologist just keeps referring me back to my pcp. Are there other people who have had this similiar experience?
     
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    itmatsb responded:
    I don't personally know about the kind of stroke that you had.

    I would suggest that you might try getting a second opinion from another neurologist and also I would think that therapy could help you a great deal with your social problems. Wish you the best.
    Sara


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