Serene Branson suffered a Migraine, Not Stroke


Reporter Serene Branson slurred her words during a live Grammy telecast Sunday night and now, it was reported that Branson actually suffered from a “complex migraine.

The CBS 2 TV reporter was examined by paramedics after her broadcast and was sent home to recover. She then had a brain scan at UCLA Medical Center. L.A Times reports that according to the reporter’s physician Dr. Neil Martin, Chief of Neurosurgery, her temporary speech loss was due to a “complex migraine,” which can sometimes be mistaken for a stroke

This severe headache form can mimic strokes, with symptoms including weakness, loss of vision and difficulty speaking – but unlike with strokes, the effects of complex migraines are not long term.

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