My MRI of Brain showed 'Multiple Punctate hyperintentense foci at subcortical white matter of brain parenchyma - possibly ischemic foci'. All other aspects are considered normal. I had been experiencing twiches arounde my left eye and weakness of left side now and then. Recentlty I felt giddiness for about three four seconds and weakness of left side. I am 50 years old, non-alcoholic, non-smoker and no bad habits. I have high LDL cholestoral for which I am taking Atorvostatin medicine regularly. I have ideal BMI and non-obese. I do walking for 45 minutes for 4 or 5 days a week. Kindly advise me is this serious? What are the treatment options. What precautions I should take?
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