I was in college just finished my last final of my sophmore year at Norhtern IL University the day before I suffered a massive stroke. My mother was with me at the time I had the stroke and called
I suffered a right-sided ischemic stroke (carotid dissection) on Aug. 3, 2007 at the age of 35.
I had a brain stem stroke with locked in syndrome 11-14-2001 at age 31 and spent 5 1/2 months in various hospitals paralyzed from the neck down.
I was 35 years old when I collapsed from a stroke which affected my left side. Because of my age, it took Dr.'s 3 days to do an MRI scan that located the brain swelling and bleed caused by the clo
I survived my stroke. I have much to tell about living with 1/2 of myself.
I survived my stroke in March, 2002 at age 50. I continued working at my job with the National Park Service until 2005, then retired, but never stopped.
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