Re: numb on my left ear and left cheek&shoulder

The massage is more than likely unrelated. You have a history of stoke, you need to go to the emergency department and get looked at. Forget about the money, the cost and do it. It's not worth having a permanent disability from this. If you are in financial hardship almost all hospitals have a program that will pay your bill. There are some other neurological disorders that I could discuss with you that could be the cause but with a history of stroke, you need to be evaluated immediately. Don't wait, go today.

Posted By doc4bax on May 27, 2008 at 22:25:23:

In Reply to: numb on my left ear and left cheek&shoulder posted by jennifer reed on May 27, 2008 at 14:47:57:

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