Jean talks about her husband's mini-stroke

Jean talks about her husband's mini-stroke

Jean’s husband, Michael, has had a number of mini-strokes in the last couple of years. Here, Jean explains how the experience has changed both their lives.

They find that people don’t understand mini-strokes because symptoms can pass, you might only have a slight hint that something is wrong.TIAs can be a warning sign of what’s to come and they have to take it seriously. What matters is that you take the right action and get it treated.

Stroke Association ‘Not just a funny turn’ campaign tells the stories of people affected by mini-stroke and highlights the action you can take to recognise the symptoms and prevent a full stroke.

Find out more –

Stroke Association. Rebuilding lives after stroke.

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