Re: Information About TIA's Please.
I had 3 TIA's before the stroke, my brother had many more. His TIA's never showed up on all the tests he was given. He was even hospitalized and given all medications. The strokes followed anyway. Sorry to share this. He remains my daily sorrow.
So, in my head it points to stress, to taking charge of your life, to eating well, to exercising, to daily meditation, to staying calm and stress free. Aspirin is excellent. Now I'm not suggesting not to follow doctor's advice, etc. But, in my mind, we need to face stress head on and try and take control of our life as best as possible.
The good news is that I've had no further TIA's or strokes in almost 2 years. Stay optimistic, take aspirin, and wishing you the very best. It is wonderful to be able to come here and share our experiences. Thank you for sharing yours.