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    mini strokes
    dessy posted:
    Hi I'm new here, please bare with me. I had a mri around 8yrs ago on my brain, they said i had leisons and might be ms the dr sent me to a specialest, he just looked at me and said I didn't have ms. I had another mri last month and the dr said I might have had a mini stroke. He told me to take an aspirin and come back in 6 months. Do i need to find another dr or what? has anyone had this problem
    Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi Dessy and welcome!

    It sounds like you absolutely need to find another physician who can work with you on stroke rehabilitation and prevention.

    We have a community with an excellent expert here: WebMD Stroke Community . Dr. Senelick is a physician specializing in both neurology and the subspecialty of neurorehabilitation.

    Please pop over there to ask questions and express your concerns about your diagnosis and treatment. I know Dr. Senelick will have information that you can use when working with your health care provider.

    Best of luck to you -


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