Host Amber Smith: Here's some expert advice from Dr. Hesham Masoud from Upstate Medical University. What's the most common stroke warning sympton?
Hesham Masoud, MD: The biggest symptom is really any manifestation where suddenly you can't do something, and that can be the ability to move your arm, face or leg, express yourself, see, or even suddenly not have balance, or suddenly have inability to communicate your thoughts. I think really suddenly not being able to do something is a symptom that warrants evaluation.
Host Amber Smith: You've been listening to neurologist, Dr. Hesham Masoud from Upstate Medical University.