My Husband had his first stroke a year and a half ago, he has had MRI's, CT's, Blood work, Dye test and all other kinds of test but no one can find out what is causing his stroke symptoms. He now has developed a limp and has partial lose of use on his right side, he had to learn how to walk and eat all over again after the first stroke. He has been having Mini Strokes on the average about every 3 or 4 months apart. He can't work, he can't drive, and we are afraid to leave him at home while I try to work and the kids go to school. We have taken him to MUSC in Charleston, SC and they can't find what is causing the strokes if anyone can tell us where to go and what other kind of test to have we would really appreciate it. We are both frustrated and worried.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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