Strokes: Signs and Symptoms




The most common symptoms of stroke are: trouble speaking and understanding, paralysis or numbness of face, arm or leg, trouble seeing, headache and trouble walking.
Dr. Guilherme Dabus, Director of the Interventional Neuroradiology Fellowship Program with Baptist Health Neuroscience Center, explains in cases of ischemic strokes, physicians use the acronym FAST (Face, Arms, Speech, Time).
In case of hemorrhagic strokes, the specialist affirms patients can be feeling those symptoms, but they complain about the worst headache of their lives. Many patients can have nausea and vomiting, too. **************************************************************************************************************************************************************************
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