My info: 24, male, thin, B-complex/multi-vitamin supplements, smoker, stimulant A.D.D. prescription (low doses). Also, I was sitting when this occured, and had been for about 45 minutes (?) prior to the onset.
A few days ago I had an unprecedented problem which was instantly apparent, peaked in seconds, and faded over approximately two hours. To my great relief, I have noticed no lasting effects, aside from mild pain the next day in the back of my right eye (muscular?).
My vision "blurred," more like a blind spot I think, but I remember I had at least some vision from both eyes throughout. My right side was numb to the cold (conveniently, as I toppled over, heh) from my head or shoulder, down to my toes. My right side felt almost paralyzed, but I could still move it with effort. I experienced moderate discomfort in moving my right eye, which seemed to "lag" behind the left.
Sorry for the lengthy babble, but I don't like to take things through the "normal route" due to the push and shove, drive-through style of barely-an-emergency ER visits, and an actual appointment on my insurance is a comical concept. By the way, hello, wrongdiagnosis.com.
Was this a TIA? Is there anything I should look out for in the future? Could anyone tell me if it increases my risks for other problems (guessing and hoping not: aneurysms)? Is recurrance likely, or if I do have a second similar event, should I get seen?
Thanks in advance. :)
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