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Hi, I am 56 years old, female. I believe that my confusion disorders, memory impairment, vision disabilities and migraines are all predicting a stroke. What are my chances to avoid a stroke?

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Hi, it is good that you can recognize the signs of a stroke to come, because the symptoms you’ve described can really be indicating neurological disorder in brain leading to stroke. Possible symptoms of stroke include: sudden numbness or weakness on one side of the body, confusion or trouble speaking or understanding speech, vision disorders, walking difficulties, dizziness or loss of balance, impaired motions and coordination. A stroke occurs when there is sudden failure in supply of blood with oxygen to the brain, as result brain is damaged. Certain functions are destructed in less or greater level.
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