“Firstly, this is a very severe headache. Secondly, a violation of the symmetry of the face, when, for example, the nasolabial fold increases on one side. Thirdly, confusion of speech. Another symptom is loss of vision or its deterioration,” Belenkov said.
In addition, according to the physician, signs such as numbness of individual limbs or paralysis may indicate the threat of thrombosis.
Belenkov stressed that there are a lot of factors that indicate an approaching thrombosis and they differ greatly from each other: “from a mild condition similar to the loss of consciousness, when a person was struck once and soon woke up, to paralysis of all limbs.”