lately i have been experiencing a numbing sensation up the left side of my back and sometimes the back of my head, my legs sometimes go weak and i get a tingling sensation in my feet, i have history of stroke, i had several when i was 39 and lost the use of my right arm, although i learnt to use my arm and hand again i have of late started dropping things quite alot, this is annoying as i am a tomato picker and speed is of the essence to keep my job,when i had an MRI in 2003 it showed 7 dead spots in my brain, is it possible that i have been mis-diagnosed? as the drs could not find anything medical that caused the strokes, is it possible that it was not a stroke that effected my right arm, because usually a stroke on the right side effects the whole right side and speech?:confused: i had a follow with the neurologist 6months after the so called stroke but nothing since, its been 6years this june since this happened to me, will appreciate any opinons offered, thankyouReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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