Monty Don health: Gardeners' World star's stroke like 'chasm in my head' – symptoms

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Monty Don health: Gardeners' World star's stroke like 'chasm in my head' – symptoms

Although the symptoms of a transient ischaemic attack (TIA) resolve in a few minutes or hours without any specific treatment, you'll need treatment

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Although the symptoms of a transient ischaemic attack (TIA) resolve in a few minutes or hours without any specific treatment, you’ll need treatment to help prevent another TIA or a full stroke from happening in the future.

Your treatment will depend on your individual circumstances, such as your age and medical history.

Initially, you may be treated for an ischaemic stroke in a specialist stroke unit in hospital, explains Bupa.

“If you can’t swallow, you’ll be given fluid through a drip in your arm to stop you getting dehydrated,” explains the health body.



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