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‘I’m still trying to adapt’ – The devastating affects of having a stroke at the age of 29 – Nottinghamshire Live

Tuesday, 21 January, 2020

‘I’m still trying to adapt’ – The devastating affects of having a stroke at the age of 29 – Nottinghamshire Live

Stroke survivor Tom Warbrick (Image: Nottingham Post/Neal Hughes)

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Just minutes into the start of a game of football, Tom Warbrick had a headache that got worse.

He watched as the ball flew past him into the net. He found he could no longer stand and began crawling across the pitch with friends looking on assuming he was joking.

He had to sit down at the Harvey Hadden Stadium, Bilborough, and could not get back up again.

Click here to read full article https://www.nottinghampost.com/news/local-news/im-still-trying-adapt-devastating-3754224

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