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Rushing through the grocery store, you suddenly lose some of the feeling in your right arm and leg. You grab some shelves to steady yourself. You try to talk to a fellow shopper, but your words sound garbled and listeners seem confused by your speech. Then, after a few minutes, your signs and symptoms disappear and you go on with your shopping.

You may have experienced a temporary or intermittent neurological event called a transient ischemic attack (TIA). Ignoring this episode could have serious consequences for your health.

Even though a transient ischemic attack doesn't last very long and leaves no permanent effects, it's far from an insignificant event. About one in three people who have a transient ischemic attack eventually have a stroke, with about half occurring during the year after the transient ischemic attack.

A transient ischemic attack can serve as both a warning and an opportunity — a warning of an impending stroke and an opportunity to take steps to prevent it.

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