After Mags’ T.I.A. on Friday evening she was doing well, but tired. Yesterday I moved the boat to Gurnett, Mags staying in bed during the trip. It’s more convenient to park the hire car here I’d booked for the trip to Wythenshaw and the T.I.A. Clinic tomorrow.
However, when we arrived she was not looking good, a bit slurred in her speech and her left arm was weak. So I called the ambulance again and we rushed her back in to Macclesfield General. No argument from her this time so she must have been feeling rough!
The upshot of the tests and assessment was that she’s suffered a full stroke now, not a major one though. They’ve admitted her for observation and further tests including a CT Scan, which will happen today. But the specialist nurse who checked her in yesterday was optimistic of a full recovery. We’re praying he’s right.
Our travel plans are on hold now, but I think there’s a strong likelihood of us berthing in a marina for the winter to let her recuperate.
Thanks to everyone for their good wishes and offers of support. We’re OK for the time being, though.