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What neurological problems could I have after a stroke?

After a stroke you could have any combination of neurologic problems depending on the area of the brain affected. These problems can include:

  • muscle weakness
  • slurred speech
  • word-finding difficulty
  • blindness
  • deafness
  • mental disabilities
  • concentration disabilities

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