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Hi, a couple of years ago, I learned, after having a mini stroke, that I have a vital artery in the innermost region of my left brain that is severely narrowed down to a hairline. They think it is congenital. They can't get to it because it buried very deep, and would be highly risky. As a result, I'm on lots of coumadin (blood thinners), and have repeated mini strokes. I'm only 49 years old. Has anyone ever heard of such a thing? I live my life as normally as I can, but don't know what the future holds for me (do any of us?). If anyone can give me any info on this or has had experience with it, please let me know. Most appreciated!