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Good evening, I've got a male friend who is 55 years old, had a heart attack in 2009. Weighs 88kg, and also suffers from Gout. Today, he felt a Numbness on d right side of the face and tingling on his ear, please advise.
srry to hear about your friend. No expert, but I waited 2 days to go to er after having my stroke. Due to fact I had no droopiness and speech was mostly unaffected I thought I was having reaction to meds. I had extreme numbness, weaknees on right side face and that side of body. Pleas have frien to go to Er. Another one could be coming!!
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