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There are 2 little known signs that could help detect a stroke. Already reasonably well known signs are facial weakness, arm weakness and speech problems.

Scientists have now discovered that leg weakness and loss of vision could also signal a stroke.

Around 150,000 people are affected each year in the UK by strokes and although the FAST campaign was a huge success experts state that should anyone recognise one or more of any of these signs seek urgent medical advice.

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One Response to Little known stroke signs

  1. why did I have a stroke after having a knee replacement, my consultant says’ it was desidin from birth’

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