I've just started waking up with an almost numb tongue and am having difficulty getting some words out, especially 's' sound. I have had a number of TIA's (transient ischemic attacks) over the last 18 months, alongwith complete and utter exhaustion day in day out, inability to converse properly with more than one person at a time due to sensory overload. Was just beginning to improve a little when I had a major collapse 3 week's ago and now the tongue issue. Can anyone throw some light on it? Many other symptoms, but these are the main ones. Doctor and neurologist have no real answers, other than 'take an aspirin each day'. Prior to this I was VERY fit and healthy. :(Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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