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    sweetsusie posted:
    My friend had an ischemic stroke 8 months ago. Would he be allowed to take a 2 hour flight? I'm thnking in terms of cabin pressure. Could that possibly give him another stroke?
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    atti_editor responded:
    Hi sweetsusie,

    It would be best if your friend consulted his physician about this before flying. There may be certain measures he needs to take to help prevent another TIA or a full stroke from happening. Only his doctor will know the specifics of his situation and will be able to give advice accordingly.

    Best wishes,
    Atti


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