Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Numbness and Hemiplegic Migraines

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After the birth of her twins, Tracey Wilson was paralyzed on her left side and had difficulty speaking. Doctors told her she had had a stroke, and she would recover. The problem, however, endured for over two years. Finally, she was diagnosed correctly with a hemiplegic migraine — an extreme form called “status migrainous,” which lasts around the clock.1