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Strokes was posted 01/09/2017 07:34 pm by Lisa
E-mail Address: lascheib@yahoo.com

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Hi all, My mom was hospitalized last night with very low sodium (a somewhat chronic problem for her). However, she also had 2 strokes - one in the right frontal lobe and the other in the cerebellum. Does anyone have experience with this? It is new for us - she has had a whole host of problems and this is a new one. She has been doing radiation for a tumor on her spine; I assume this will need to cease for a while? Here is the crazy thing though, her pain seems to have disappeared. Is it possible the strokes affected a part of her brain that transmits pain? We have yet to speak with her oncologists and PCP, as she is still hospitalized. Thank you all - Lisa

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