Most parents don’t associate stroke, or the interruption of the blood supply to any part of the brain, with a baby or a child.
But statistics show that a stroke occurs during one in 4,000 pregnancies.
Chandra Whitfield learned that her son, Joey, suffered a stroke in-utero. She talks about why she knew something was just “not right,” and how an early intervention and treatment therapy plan is helping with Joey’s development.
Dr. Jeremy Timothy, Pediatric Neurology, Cardon Children’s Medical Center, talks about why strokes happen in-utero and what parents should know about the signs and symptoms.