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Are you currently having any symptoms like pain?
On any medications?
Has this ever happened before?
Have you been seen?
Is it always the same side that slumps?
you mentioned you slumped twice, was it the same side?
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Have your doctors considered TIA as a cause of your symptoms?
TIA = transient ischemic attacks?
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I personally think that with your symptoms you should be evaluated by a neurologist because I would like that you should have TIA ruled out as a cause.
Sudden slumping on one side may indicate that, that part of the body has become a little weaker than normal which recovers in a few minutes time.
All this is associated with transient ischemic attack.
In transient ischemic attack there is temporary blockage of one of the arteries of the brain which then open ups in a few minutes time.
For the time the artery is blocked you experience weakness on that part of the body.
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