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my husband had two strokes 2 1/2 wks ago. he regained almost everything, night before last he was up all night "not feeling right" yesterday his fingers went numb again and last night he had involintary finger and hand movement. he was up again all night. he did take his medication late yesterday. today his speech is back like it was when he was having a stroke, feeling very bad, and exhausted. did he have another stroke?
In the future, if your husband has any symptoms of a stroke, call 911. That's what anyone should do (regardless of a stroke history) so that the person can maybe get medication to undo the stroke defects. The speech problem is a classic symptom of a stroke. Go on-line and look up what the stroke symptoms are. Hope your husband is doing better.
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