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An_257423 posted:
I had a TIA two years ago. After the episode I had little trouble with my right side in fact you could hardly tell I had a problem. However as time has gone by my right lag has increasingly become more and more involved. I use to be able to walk an hour a day after the stroke it went to 45 minuet and then to 30 and now I'm down to 20. My lag just poops out it feels heavy from the knee down and has gotten more sensitive. To the same degree this has happen to my arm but it isn't as noticeable as the lag. I've read some where that.This can happen in some cases but I can't find anything about it and what can be done to help. Anyone. Got any ideas?
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