Migraine

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Has anyone had trouble finding words and a tingly tongue with migraine? Only lasted a couple min and that was it?

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    Hi,

    Yes I have full stroke affects unfortunately.

    So the tongue and word issue is something that I suffer from, good that yours only lasted a few minutes as sadly I have theses symptoms and with me it can last for days/a week. I also have a a numb face, arm and have unstediness too.

    I hope u are coping okay though normally.

    Kind regards Claire

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    Hi Amanda, If you have NOT been diagnosed with Migraine, you need to see a doctor for ANY severe headache(do not just ASSUME its MIGRAINE) explain ALL symptoms, including this incident. Dr. can diagnose it is NOT something else & what to expect with Migraines(specific types & those symptoms) If you have been diagnosed with Migraine & this is a NEW symptom, you should see your Dr....this CAN be related to Migraines but, it should be a Dr. who determines that, to be sure it's not something else or a type of warning symptom....if you are ever in doubt of symptoms that are new or different you should see your Dr. so they can do a full evaluation...it can be helpful to write down symptoms (at the time they happen) to keep track of patterns & to show your Dr....Best Wishes & Hope you get answers & a clean bill of healthโ˜ฎ๐Ÿ’•

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    Hello there! yes I was diagnosed 2 years ago when I had stroke like symptoms and I get visual aura alot but aphasia has only happened twice I had a complete workout with a stroke alert and all everything came out clear ๐Ÿ˜ Thank you for you time

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    Hello there! yes I was diagnosed 2 years ago when I had stroke like symptoms and I get visual aura alot but aphasia has only happened twice I had a complete workout with a stroke alert and all everything came out clear ๐Ÿ˜ Thank you for you time

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