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rosesrred posted:
On 8/31/12 over 3 years ago I experienced my first bad TIA and have had multiple TIA's since. January and February I experience two. My symptoms come and go. This month March I been experiencing fast onset of headaches, left arm numbness and tingling around my wrist... Does anyone else experience these symptoms. My symptoms are slight ones now have not experienced a bad one since my first bad one. I just fear a full blown stroke with TIA you never know when that will happen. My doctor advised me once I have symptoms go straight to ER not to wait... Symptoms are gone by the time I am seen. I have my ups and downs, I feel so fatigued at time, depression sets in waves, and I wake every hour at night and will take a nap during the day. There are days that I have balance issues that is scary or my vision is blurry. When I walk the length of the drive way (100 ft.) I am exhausted, as if I am being chocked, hard to catch my breath. I don't know if this is part of the TIA symptoms. I do try to keep busy move around just tires me out.
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