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I also had what they said was a Tia a month ago. I have since returned to work but really notice a difference in my ability to do my job as I did it before. I am slower, I can not type as well. I spell words wrong and have to continually correct. Sometimes I just feel like I'm in a fog. I'm also more emotional.Since they say there are no after effects why do we all seem to have something? Sunshine. I don't really feel like sunshine...It's just that every name I put in was taken.
Difficulty in writing and spelling may be due to an after effect of TIA.You should consult an occupational therapist or a physical therapist who will be helpful. All the symptoms you have are common after TIA .You need to be rehabilitated properly.
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