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Hello. There are several possibilities here. Do you remember experiencing any headache at the time? How about weakness or numbness anywhere in the body or face?
Same thing happened two weeks ago. A disconnection between my fingers and my mind. No headaches or numbness.
Sorry it is rather vague.
Hi there. Sorry I missed you. Do you have any risk factors for cerebrovascular disease, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, smoking, high cholesterol?
These episodes could represent TIAs (transient ischemic attacks) which are like little strokes that do not complete. I would suggest you get a thorough neurological exam and an MRI of the brain.
Many individuals with risk factors benefit from taking a baby aspirin daily to keep the blood thin and moving through the tiny blood vessels of the brain. Ask your doctor about this as a preventive measure.