My mother has had a few episodes of this. She will faint, wake up with slurred speech and contractors of all limbs. She has an appt. setup with a neurologist in 2 months, but til then, we're worried. it sounds like a stroke, but they don't know, because within an hour, she'll be back to normal. she's starting to have them more frequently, but she isn't having the full attack. she won't pass out, but she'll get half-way contracted limbs. Any ideas?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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