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    applepie123 posted:
    im a 32 years old ,my life as change a lot,while getting PT,i start feeling thingling in leg arm face chest pain and all the bad stuff,it only to find out that i got a total stroke on my left side from my brain to my toes i feel so sad for my self cause i have to move from place to place,why would a doctor hide some thing that is deadly? i thank god i catch up on my self without a doctor help.please do not take chest pain lightly,i thank god i can still move but slowly.
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    itmatsb responded:
    It sounds like you got your stroke during PT and did the physical therapist not know it was happening the reason you say "a doctor hide some thing that is deadly"? And what did you do without a doctor's help? Did you know that physical therapy could help you greatly with regaining your movement? The next therapist would be careful not to stress you too much. If I've misunderstood, please correct me.


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