My husband, 44, recently had what seemed like a TIA (left side of face drooped, slurred speech, left arm numb and hand drew up into a claw, left leg numb). Took him to the hospital and after CBC, EKG, EEG, Cat Scan, MRI, and other tests over three days, they all came back normal. He is very healthy with 120/80 BP although he has a low pulse rate. Usual pulse rate is 60 to 64 and at rest it is in the 40's and as low as 33 in the hospital. He has always known about the low pulse rate and is very healthy and in great physical shape. The Neurologist came back with a diagnosis of an unusual migraine. Bryan has no significant headaches or auras associated with these symptoms. When the first attack happened, he said it was as if he could draw a line dividing his face from left and right. Also, this happened last monday and been out of the hospital since thursday and continues to have similar symptoms although not altogether and as severe as Monday. We found out that his mother does seem to have severe migraine headaches, but nothing is similar to my husbands. I am perplexed and not convinced of the diagnosis. Can't argue with all of the head to toe tests that say nothing is wrong and has the veins of a 20 yr old. These continuing symptoms do not seem to get worse, but they also don't seem to be departing. I am stumped and looking for information. Thank you.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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