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REPORT: Kris Letang discusses how he DISCOVERED he had a STROKE


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Ryan
December 1, 2022  (12:11)
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Yesterday it was announced that the Pittsburgh Penguins franchise defender suffered a stroke.

It was the second of his life, the first dating back to 2014 when he was diagnosed with Patent Foramen Ovale (PFO).
PFO is:
Patent foramen ovale (PFO) is a hole between the left and right atria (upper chambers) of the heart. This hole exists in everyone before birth, but most often closes shortly after being born. PFO is what the hole is called when it fails to close naturally after a baby is born.
Credit: Pennmedicine.org

Yesterday afternoon it was discussed how he discovered he had his second stroke:
Kris Letang said he was having a migraine on Monday. Called Chris Stewart. Decision was made to take him to hospital, where it was discovered he had a stroke.

But what matters the most is that Letang is okay and doing better. He is not suffering any lasting effects from the stroke, which can cause serious harm to your body:
Kris Letang is out indefinitely after suffering a stroke on Monday.

Letang is not experiencing any lasting effects of the stroke and will continue to undergo a series of tests over the next week.

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