The rest didn't last anymore than maybe an hour each. After
4 emergency rooms, 3 hospital admissions, numerous CT scans, MRI and MRA's, blood work, etc., they determined that what ever the problem was, was not neurological so they branded it an "A-typical migraine". They prescribed Calan 180 mg and sent him home. So far, 16 days later, no attacks. However, he still has numbness in his right hand and arm if he over-exerts himself.