Stacey Yepes of Thornhill, Ontario, was out for a drive when she started to experience numbness and tingling on the left side of her body. She quickly pulled over and made a video showing and describing what was happening. (YouTube on.aol.com)
Have you ever sat in front of a doctor and you can practically feel the breeze of him brushing off your symptoms and rushing on to the next appointment? Well you are not always imagining it. CTV news ran a story yesterday showing a video that Stacey Yepes, 49, of Ontario, Canada, took of herself having a stroke.
Yepes was home watching TV one evening and suddenly her whole left side started feeling numb. She drove to the hospital to get checked out. She says she felt that something was very wrong and she might be having a stroke. (Continue reading full story here.)