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MRI results

Had migraine year now +sever headeche +tinitus long term

Lots of medication after the specialist Dr refer me to MRI scanner that is what the results showed up (there is a tiny focus of restricted fusion noted in the posterior body of the left atrial ventricle most likely related to the choroid plexus and entirely benign ..

Any suggestions any experience let me know please

Thank you very much 😊

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Is there any autoimmune disease in your family? including thyroid disease, or early heart attacks or strokes or miscarriages? MaryF


Thank you Maryf for your reply

Oh Yeah my dad has one thyoird disease (age of 56 but all test was negative for 12 years then I think start with diabetes then stroke for 6 month then he gone I was away from home 😡😡

Thank you again


You need to get tested for Hughes Syndrome/APS, otherwise known as Antiphospholipid Syndrome or even sticky blood. The blood tests to be done are below, and they need to be done at a hospital as the samples taken are times sensitive. I also enclose symptoms. There is a forum on this platform for Sticky Blood/Hughes Syndrome, but do also stay on this excellent forum:

Anticardiolipin Antibodies (aCL)Test

Lupus Anticoagulant (LA) **Test


headache and migraine

memory problems

dizziness and balance difficulties

visual disturbances

blotchy skin (livedo reticularis)



The common acute events caused by APS are:

thrombosis – DVTs

strokes and mini-strokes (TIAs - Transient Ischaemic Attacks)

heart attacks

pulmonary emboli (blood clots on the lung



Okay Maryf

Thank you very much .

I will do that 😊😊


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