How To Tell If It's A Blood Clot: Signs, Symptoms And More

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The quicker a patient realizes they have a blood clot in their brain, the quicker they can seek treatment. Some of these symptoms may seem mundane, but taking them lightly is creating a serious risk. Reoccurring headaches that are felt on the side of the head and happen for no apparent reason are an early warning sign of a blood clot. Since these clots interrupt blood flow, speech issues such as slurred and stuttered speech are another common symptom. It is also common for victims to experience blurred or double vision. Those who have severe blood clotting issues may experience reoccurring seizures. In other cases, a blood clot in the brain can even lead to a loss of both gross and fine motor skills.

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