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A transient ischaemic attack typically occurs when a blood clot blocks the supply of blood to a persons brain. Less frequently a TIA is caused by a haemorrhage, that causes bleeding on the brain. A TIA will often last a few minutes with little to no permanent symptoms after 24 hours. In some cases a TIA has such a little impact on the individual that doctors can struggle to diagnose that one has actually occurred. A TIA can occur before a full-blown stroke and it is important that measures are taken to minimise this risk.
This page focuses upon TIA and does not provide details in regards to policy options for those individuals who have experienced a stroke. Please visit our dedicated page to insurance following a stroke for further details.
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