- A prior stroke
- A prior transient ischemic attack (TIA), or "mini-stroke." During a mini-stroke, you may have some or all of the symptoms of stroke. However, the symptoms usually go away on their own within 24 hours.
- Severely blocked carotid arteries (even if you don't have stroke symptoms).
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