Some mild stroke symptoms in men are numbness that affects one side of the body and includes the face, arm and leg, slurred speech or inability to speak, losing vision, difficulty walking or keeping one's balance and a s... More »

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Symptoms of a mild stroke, also referred to as a transient ischemic attack, are the same as those that occur in major strokes and include sudden speech difficulties, visual disturbances and numbness on one side of the bo... More »

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Symptoms of stroke include sudden confusion, trouble speaking, sudden vision trouble and difficulty walking as well as loss of balance, dizziness and sudden headache with no cause, according to the National Stroke Associ... More »

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Symptoms of a cerebral stroke include weakness or numbness on one side of the body that affects the face, arm or leg; loss or impairment of vision; and impairment of speech or difficulty talking, according to WebMD. Othe... More »

Some side effects of progesterone suppositories (or progesterone vaginal) include allergic reactions, as evidenced by hives; difficulty breathing and swelling in the face, throat or mouth; headache; numbness, especially ... More »

Signs of a stroke include visual disturbances in one or both eyes, loss of balance or coordination when walking, slurred speech or inability to comprehend speech, and paralysis or numbness in the face or a limb, accordin... More »

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Symptoms of a mini-stroke, or transient ischemic attack or TIA, include numbness or weakness in the face or extremities, speech problems, inability to understand others, dizziness and vision problems, according to Mayo C... More »

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