Whether or not you like hospitals or have insurance, you need to go. If by chance you had a small stroke the damage it would of cause could turn out to be permanent could cause more damage. So just go to be on the safe side.
yes i def understand that... but I can't seem to find an answer about if a stroke could happen with the symptoms separately happening, one after an another, ending up with just a head ache (like what i read happens with migraines)
or if it is something that happens all at once...
its probably too much light that your eyes are getting so , try to use dark glasses or something , and be relax that helps a lot too , cause if you get stressed your brain works too hard to fix a problem that you think you cant solve and then a stroke may happen . dont get any pills unless youre dying , pills are bad for your body , listen to me , help yourself giving it some rest , relaxation and some good food too, put a cold water bag on your face for a few mins, i hope thatll help :D
Update: the first episode today took place this morning at work around 9-10ish for a couple hours......
About an hour ago (6:30ish) upon getting home from work the exact same order of things happened but all on the opposite side. On the right side this time... Had about 30 minutes of a growing blur in right eye, about 20 minutes later my right hand went numb, then my face on more of the right side, for about another 10 mins... Then a slight headache... The only difference I can't be sure of is that this time I almost was mixing up my words (don't know from earlier cause I was at work and not talking out loud, I was talking to my fiancé this time and just had a harder time getting out what I meant to say)
Very confused. Could a stroke or Tia happen like this? In that specific order twice in the same day, same time frame, on the opposite side like that??? I've read these are migraine symptoms and can happen just like that... But what about that on two times in a day on each side?!
Any experts or opinions???
I (33 year old female) have always gotten migraines, less often as I got older, and what you're describing sounds to me like a migraine aura (scintillating scotoma). In the past, these have happened to me prior to the painful part of the migraine, which I can sometimes ward off with a little advil and caffeine, but more recently I get the aura only and not the full-blown migraine.
I recently started taking 10mg Adderall XR for ADHD and have had 3 migraine auras in the last week, when I normally only have one every month or two. Also, they have come and gone much faster than usual (about 15 mins) but also block out more of my vision than usual. I know the adderall increases my blood pressure and pulse, so maybe that is contibuting.
This video is very similar to what I experience