i was on holiday about 8 months ago when this happened i was on a ski slope in austria when i collapsed and i was taken to hospital in germany where they ran test after test for 3 weeks to which they came to conclude i had a stroke nnow back to 4 days ago i had another stroke im currently in hospital just had mri ct mra reading of the heart
but my question is im only 26 is this normal and will i have more strokes in the near future
You can have a stroke at any age, especially if there is trauma, or a family history of strokes. I don't think anyone can predict if you will have more in the future or not. But doctors can help you by prescribing certain medications to try to prevent them. Sorry I couldnt be of more help. I hope you get better soon though.
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