Pg1: I was born Feburary 12th 1992. Funny thing happened, my dad missed my birth for a sandwich. Everything seemed fine, but unknown to all my family and the doctors, I was born with a medical ticking time Bomb.
Pg2: There were some early signs. But the phrases "When you hear hoof beats, you think Horses, not Zebras." applies very well. I have haltiois, at first we though it was due to one of the more common reasons. The true reason was my liver was being taxed. I also suffered auditory hallucnations. Let me tell you, they aren't fun, especially when you're young and don't understand.
Pg4. August 27th, days before I was to return to MICA for my sophomore year, I woke up with classic signs of a stoke. Left side of body/face was unresponsive, my speech became an unintelligible slur, and I couldn't walk due to how poor my balance was. I recall the fear in my mom's eyes, and her taking me to the emergency room..
Pg6: I do recall the second day. Being frustrated with the IV drip in my hand, for I wanted to sleep on that side. I also had a fall risk bracelet, meaning I had to page a nurse every time I wanted to get out. And I do remember the physical therapy