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    stroke after affects
    oscardoodle posted:
    Had a stroke 3 months ago from AFib. I am walking, talking,and reading. I am able to type and write pretty good too. I go to to pt,speech and work with my medical team at the VA Boston. I do tire easy and feel I'm drooling more on both side of my mouth. My right ride is cold and tingles in hand and foot likes it is asleep and sometimes hand is numb and can't pick up objects. I am much slower then I used to be and tire easily, have to rest after simple tasks. I'm glad to be alive and hope I will not get another stroke......
    atti_editor responded:
    Hi oscardoodle,

    I am glad to hear that you are making such great strides toward recovery following your stroke. The numbness and tingling that you are feeling in your hand and foot are some of the more common side effects of stroke. This article explains some things you can to to prevent injury and help to make everyday tasks easier. Also, we have this great article about simple things you can do to help prevent a second stroke. Please keep us updated on your recovery

    Best wishes,

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