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My husband had what we think was a TIA last Tuesday evening. He started having his excrusiating pain in his right shoulder. It wasn't a muscle pain. He says it felt like hurting down to the bone. He couldn't really describe it. His BP skyrocketed over 200, he heard this loud noise in his head/ears(his BP), jumped up and said he needed to go to the hospital. He could hardly walked to the car. He was stumbling. His arms and hands were numb for a few hours. He said as soon as that loud sound in his head happened, the severe pain in his shoulder went away. It took 2 meds by the IV and then finally they had to start him on a drip for the next 24 hours to get it down. It's been a week and 3 days and his vision is still out of whack and he has to really concentrate to read and understand anything. His memory is also still effected.
Is this normal after almost 2 weeks?
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