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Stacey Yepes Stroke full length video

Stacey Yepes Stroke full length video

August 10, 2016 @ 4:59 pm
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Stacey Yepes Stroke Full Length Video

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Stacey Yepes Stroke Full Length Video

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Recommend getting these 2 products if you suffer anything similar such as stroke, high blood pressure, atherosclerosis or plaque of arteries.

I hope this video and information can help others looking for information on TIAs, stroke or any related health condition.

Stacey Yepes Stroke Full Length Video
Stacey Yepes Stroke Full Length Video
Stacey Yepes Stroke Full Length Video

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  • Mark Nelson
    June 19, 2014

    good job for taking your health into your own hands. doctors don’t take
    patients seriously sometimes and probably are going to incorrectly diagnose
    people to save money. to the health care industry it doesnt pay to be good
    healthcare providers unless a person is willing to pay it out of their own
    pockets. we are not millionaires so some people’s quality of life are poor
    because the healthcare system is an industry and most times what’s cost
    effective is not in the patient’s best interest. 

  • Inachu Ikimasho
    June 19, 2014

    When this happens you are supposed to breathe deep in and out very fast to
    supply lots of oxygen to your blood to lessen the chance of a heart attack.
    Alo take aspirin to thin the blood so the heart does not have to work so
    hard.

    • Dunsay
      June 20, 2014

      9-1-1 is for USA, strokes happen all over the world. For a lot of
      countries, including the UK, it’s 999. For Norway it’s 113. That’s why I
      said medical emergency number instead of 9-1-1. Saying 9-1-1 instead of
      medical emergency number is very wise in USA, but don’t forget: the
      internet is global.

      Acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin) is indeed well known as a “blood thinning”
      agent (used in small doses only), but suggesting that people are “supposed
      to” hyperventilate to reduce the risk of a heart attack during a stroke
      (affecting the brain) is something which should be left up to medical
      personnel. There are enough myths circulating about what you’re “supposed
      to do” if experiencing life threatening conditions like a heart attack
      already.

    • Inachu Ikimasho
      June 20, 2014

      Well it is quite obvious that the heart pumps more blood when thre is lack
      of oxygen or does not have a resting heart rate because of lack of exercise
      and thus pumps more when the body calls for it because a part of the body
      is lacking oxygen. When oxygen is in short supply because of running or
      other issue then the heart will race like crazy to try and supply the
      oxygen it needs. The heart will go back to normal in a normal person who
      has no heart problems, But if lets say Mr. FAT BODY who never does
      exercise gets clogged veigns from fatty foods then this will raise blood
      pressure and he will still need to thin his blood some. Aspirin is the #1
      pill for heart issues but is not the cure all and can save lives when taken
      durring most heart attacks. Must not take if allergic to rye and such and
      must follow directions and advice from doctors first.

      Glad we cleared that up.

    • Dunsay
      June 20, 2014

      Conclusion: always listen to your doctor(s), not to a couple of random guys
      rambling away on the internet. Right? 😉

    • Inachu Ikimasho
      June 20, 2014

      +Dunsay I agree but taking aspirin saved my life.

    • Dunsay
      June 20, 2014

      Never suggested it didn’t (or couldn’t), and I’m really glad to hear it
      did! 🙂

  • Emily Dinwiddie-Cole
    June 19, 2014

    those that said it wasn’t a stroke, they’re idiots….it’s clear to see
    that it’s a stroke, by her speech and you can see the muscles on the left
    side of her face drooping. 

  • imosoawesome
    June 19, 2014

    thank you so much for posting this and not only showing what symptoms look
    like, but also giving the idea to tape symptoms from now on to show doctors

  • badcatinbronx
    June 19, 2014

    I’m really sorry it happened. Take care of your health. 

  • Amy Pope
    June 20, 2014

    Sorry this happened to you. But I’m glad you posted it, so that we can all
    learn to take charge, just like you did. Good for you, insisting on
    medical care for what you knew was a stroke! 

  • Michael Lee-Chin
    June 20, 2014

    Thanks Stacy, hope you get better and everything works out for you. That
    must’ve been scary to make that video. Thank you for posting.

  • melodette1
    June 20, 2014

    God bless Stacey for sharing this. It might save others. I pray she will
    be fine and take care of herself.

    I have been having weak spells and the last time I fainted in the
    kitchen….Luckily, didn’t hurt myself. I went to my doctor last week and
    my EKG showed Bundle Branch Block, which is an electrical problem with the
    heart…….I am on a monitor now and going for more tests…………when
    we feel strange, we should not pass it by as NOTHING! It is not wise! I
    thought I was having Panic Attacks…..WRONG!!!!!!!!!!

    I pray that we all remain healthy and see a doctor when we feel weird. God
    Bless.

  • Giovanni Medina
    June 30, 2014

    God bless Stacey Yepes

  • SilentKnight43
    July 2, 2014

    Best wishes for a full and speedy recovery. Thank you for the courage and
    unselfishness to post this video and helping to educate others about the
    effects of a stroke. I hope all the best for you.

  • Jyn Meyer
    November 3, 2014

    Good job Stacey! We have to be our biggest medical advocates, thank you for
    inspiring the rest of us to keep bugging the doctors when we know something
    is wrong. 🙂 And I pray you get better FAST!

  • Uiran Porcincula
    January 10, 2015

    *Você é MUITO corajosa viu! Com certeza ajudou muita*
    *gente a entender os sintomas iniciais. Muito obrigado mesmo!*

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