Hi .. i'm a 65 year old female and yesterday began experiencing numbness and tingling down my right side, starting with face and moving down to foot. This lasts for about 10 minutes. The symptoms then recur within 30 to 60 minutes. This has continued for the past 16 hours. The doctor suggests TIA, but has never seen it recurring in this way.
Can this really be TIA?
How can TIA be diagnosed in this case?
If it is TIA, then due to its repeated nature, am I now at large risk of a full stroke?
If not TIA thenn what else could be the cause?
Hope someone can help me.
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