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Summer84
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   Posted 8/29/2009 10:14 PM (GMT -6)   
I am glad to see that I am not the only one with this. I had my last attack this week. I have complete numbness on the left side, my mouth, poor vision in the left eye. The head pain follows. It feels like I am having a stroke. It is very scary. They started about 2004. I have been to several doctor but cannot get any kind of answers. I also "funny" afterwards like tingling in my left arm and face for a few days. Does anyone else experience that? I am also having some sharp pains in my head afterwords for a few days. Thanks for any help.

acu
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   Posted 9/9/2009 4:05 PM (GMT -6)   
My daughter started getting these migraines when she was about 11. They started intermittently and and progressed to longer duration and lasting 5-6 days. The symptoms became worse as did the pain. She went to a neuro and he prescribed drugs. She has nausea, vomiting, extreme sharp stabbing pain unable to function, turns extremely pale, shakes, light sensitive, numbness in the mouth and arm which totally unnerves her, cannot get off the floor. The interesting thing is I am an acupuncturtist and treat people with migraines all the time with great success. She would never allow me to treat her (very frustrating) until recently when her girlfriend saw her in this extreme condition and the girlfriend embarrassed her into having me treat her. So after 30 minutes of her treatment the pain subsided and about an hour later all symptoms were gone. She now will allow me to treat her and is glad I can help when nothing else has helped her before. I would strongly encourage you to try acupuncture to help relieve the pain and prevent the occurrence of these horrible headaches. It can get you off drugs and make a huge difference in your health. If you decide to try acupuncture make sure they are a licensed acupuncturist.

lindi2
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   Posted 11/8/2009 7:14 AM (GMT -6)   

I'm also very reassured to hear that there are so many people who get this sort of migraine!  I've been having them since a teenager (i'm now 36) and they were worse when I was pregnant.  Strangely I also had migraines immediately after giving birth! 

I start off feeling a little strange and then my eyesight is affected - often I can only see half of objects and faces.  The numbness then usually starts, normally in my hand or arm on one side and then it seems to travel up to my mouth, lips, tongue, gums, throat etc.  My leg/foot are sometimes also affected.  I get the sensation that my voice is echoing in my head as I speak and I too have experienced difficulty with speech and thought. 

Once I tried to telephone a relative to tell them I was unwell but just couldn't get the number right even though I know it off by heart.  I tried to look it up in my address book but just couldn't find their name.  In hospital I was trying to tell the midwife that I was getting a migraine and I kept calling it a miblaine - I also couldn't tell her my name properly. I used to get a lot of nausea and vomiting also but can manage this better now.  I make sure that I eat a piece of toast immediately when I get the initial symptoms and 2 paracetamol.  Generally I start being sick if I have an empty stomach and take paracetamol.  As long as I have eaten something the nausea and vomiting doesn't generally take hold and although I feel a bit groggy for the next few hours, the headache doesn't become too severe either.  The other key is to rest.  Sometimes the symptoms disappear after a little while so I start to do things (once I even went to work - big mistake) and then it comes back. 

I hope that my experience will help some of you to manage your migraines too!


minara
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   Posted 11/15/2009 6:32 AM (GMT -6)   
I started getting some wicked migraines around 16, which my doctor (of course) attributed to hormones. He assured me that thye would go away and that the likelihood of me continuing to have them into adulthood was slim. Perhaps he just meant that type of migraine.

The ones I got as a teen were just pain.... the throbbing, light-and-noise sensitive pain. I'd trade for those anyday.

As I got older, I started to get auras when a migraine was about to attack. Shimmery mirage-like imagery out of one or both eye (usually the left) that was highly disorienting and precluded the slow build to migraine. I've had this type of migraine since shortly after my son's birth, at which time I was 21. In addition to the auras, the migraines have also started to make me very nauseous and tired.

During the past year, my migraines have evolved into still retaining the aura/nausea, but the past few times I've had a migraine, I have lost sensation in my hands, feet, back of the head, lips, and tongue. Unlike others who say that the numbness dissipates as the migraine progresses, yesterday I suffered an attack wherein the numbness lasted the duration of the migraine. I am becoming very disoriented and pretty much cannot function until the migraine starts to wane.

This morning the headache is mostly gone (sleep sometimes helps; sometimes doesn't) but I still have the niggling tingling in my left foot.

Does anyone know any homeopathic therapies for migraines that actually work? I'm adverse to drugs and am looking to try something new, because this Tylenol I take just isn't cutting it. (Before you ask, I cannot take Ibuprofen for pain due to stomach ulcers)

Andrew Ludwig
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   Posted 12/27/2009 12:35 AM (GMT -6)   
i am 17 years old and today is my first migraine on the right side of my head, but before the numbness came i had a slight headache and then came home from work took one Exedrin giblet. after i took it my tongue went numb, then the conner of my left eye, the my left hand. (i have with the other four migraines have hand my left hand go numb and my lips but it has never been on my right side of my head.) also i haven't had flu like symptoms or chickenpox's. so do i have to worry about Reyen's syndrome? and is there anything i can do to prevent them from happening?

Tricia Diann
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   Posted 12/28/2009 7:18 PM (GMT -6)   
cool  Hello everyone. I guess I am sort of in the same boat as most of you. I am a 45 yr old woman that has been getting migraines since 2007. The ones that start in my right eye seem to be the most painful. It starts out feeling like I have an eyelash poking me in the eye, then my eyelid feels swollen, then the head pain sets in and I become extremely sensitive to noise and light and movement. I take Maxhalt for my migraines but when they start in my eye, there is nothing I can do but sleep it off. Sometimes they start out as a severe pain in my temple. Now they seem to be coming on as stomach cramps then the headache kicks in. But now here lately I have noticed numbness in my left hand, my left fingers, all the way up to my shoulder and then today even my face was feeling numb. Able to move, unlike some of you are describing...but a weird feeling. Not so much tingly like it's asleep...more like numb, like it's in the early stage of "waking up" like when you lay on it funny or something. I have full use though. I can feel them and with them and life and stuff but it's just that sensation of "something's not right". I have been experiencing more and more migraines this year; averaging about four-six a month right now. The numbness is new for me though. I cannot decide if I should call my primary doc or my neuro to get seen or if I am just throwing good money away for nothing at this point. Strokes run in my family and that of course concerns me but I can move and everything and my eye brows, smile, frown, all seem even at this point. Anyone out there care to chime in? I also find my triggers to be sudden changes in barometric pressure and possibly stress.

chepab04
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   Posted 1/18/2010 2:28 PM (GMT -6)   
Does any one know if playing sports can cause a migraine? im like scared because i get the same exect migraines as you guys but i had never actually thought about it so i ask my self can running cause migraine? im asking this because one day i went to go play soccer with my buddies yet that they it was the first day of a cold front so i was playing rite as soon as i got home i just set down at the living room and bam i got the migraine so i could ask my self from what did i get sick of? was it because of the playing soccer part or was it because i was sweating so much and it was so cold and suddenly just got in side my house being it so warm? i don't know would any one know how to answer this??

carolina08
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   Posted 2/25/2010 12:36 PM (GMT -6)   
I was so happy to read this forum. I am 27 and for the last two years I have had about 6 episodes of strange numbness. It starts in my right hand and moves up my arm sometimes.. Then goes to my lip, tongue, palate and jaw. It has freaked me out so much. However after about 20 mins it just disappears. I had one two days ago and then straight after I got a terrible migraine. I have been asking doctors what this is for ages and no one seems to know. It was only recently where one doctor said it is a migraine. I couldnt beleive i found this forum with people with exact same symptoms. what a relief.

carolina08
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   Posted 2/25/2010 12:48 PM (GMT -6)   
I was so happy to read this forum. I am 27 and for the last two years I have had about 6 episodes of strange numbness. It starts in my right hand and moves up my arm sometimes.. Then goes to my lip, tongue, palate and jaw. It has freaked me out so much. However after about 20 mins it just disappears. I had one two days ago and then straight after I got a terrible migraine. I have been asking doctors what this is for ages and no one seems to know. It was only recently where one doctor said it is a migraine. I couldnt beleive i found this forum with people with exact same symptoms. what a relief.

bamboo2u
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   Posted 3/13/2010 2:45 PM (GMT -6)   
Well im happy to find that im not the only one out there with strange migraine events! Im sorry for all that have to go
through this agony. I have been suffering from migraines for over twenty years! My first one being when i was 16.  I too experence
the dreadful aura of flashing lights (i call lighting vision because it looks like aluminum foil lightning bolts) My concern is the numbness and tingling events that go along with it! Does anyone else still have this effect after the headache is gone?! I had a bad migraine yesturday and today my fingertips and upper lip and chin still have the tingling numbness. has anyone found anything to help with the pain? i used to take midrin but, ran out and have no insurance to go to the doctor for more.  Has anyone tried the Botox injections? Very pricey but if they work then well worth the cost.  

jayde
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   Posted 4/5/2010 9:27 AM (GMT -6)   
confused  ive never heard of numbness associated with migraines before but the other day my foot went numb n at first i gnored it but when i stood up both my legs wnt an immedietly after the numbness travelled up my legs to my arms then my face an eve my tongue i managed to stand up then kept bumping into things an my brain felt really muddled an i couldnt spell or even get the right words out i became really scared at this point but bout half hour later all the symptons started to go an i suddenly felt a massive stabbing pain behind my left eye and then i got the biggest most painful migraine ive ever had it lasted hours i have never had anything like that before although i have had migraines thats all i am very glad im not the only one this has happened too because i was very frightened it cld be a barain tumour or my biggest fear having a stroke does anyone know what its called?

Tomfromburnley
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   Posted 5/1/2010 5:01 PM (GMT -6)   
Firstly, I am so glad that I'm not the only one suffering from these migraines. I was basically starting to go completely nuts because everytime I try to describe to someone what is happening to me they look at me like i'm crazy. Not only is it embarrassing, it's utterly depressing. I usually get the aura's followed by the migraine and a general loss of feeling down my left side whenever I do physical exercise. I also cannot read, focus or hold a propper conversation whilst it is happening. I recently started jogging a few miles every day to try and get fitter and was going really good until today when I had one of the worst Migraine attacks i've had in ages. I ended up having to close all the blinds, take a shed load of paracetamol and then just lie down for a couple of hours until it went away. From what I have gathered I'm pretty sure it's not going to kill me, but that doesn't make the experience any less destressing when it's happening. I've never really thought of myself as a stressful person, but this is really freaking me out. Usually it takes at least a day to recover, which can be a serious bummer if it happens at the weekend or before an important event. I live in the UK and would literally be willing to try anything to get rid of these migraines. I'm going to make a doctor's appointment but I'm slightly worried he's going to look at me like i'm an idiot.

Duane777
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   Posted 5/14/2010 10:43 AM (GMT -6)   
Migrains and numbness may be a result of the loss of calcium and excess glutamate in the brain. You should try Neuro-Boost it contains
L-lysine, zinc, and magnesium.
These ingredients help control the loss of calcium and excess glutamate in the brain. Just Goolgle Neuro-Boost

loxie
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   Posted 5/25/2010 3:26 PM (GMT -6)   
hi everyone for the last 2 years i have suffered with visual migrains withour pain or numbness but for the last 2 months i have had a lot of pressure behind my right eye. I have finally plucked up the courage to visit my GP to see if he can help i would welcome any advice that anyone can offer on this thanks

lmbgator
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   Posted 5/29/2010 7:01 PM (GMT -6)   
Loxie,

You are now suffering from classic migraines, which I suffered from since I was 15. Just this past year, I was hit with the far scarier and more unpredictable version with no visual aura and the crazy stroke like symptoms described by others above. Classic migraines are at least predictable and quickly treatable. In the past year, I have been to the ER three times. I just was released today, after 3 days, and no diagnosis. Most doctors, paramedics and medical personnel thought I was a bit nuts and thought "panic" attacks were the answer. I have suffered from them in the past and knew that was not the case.

They admitted me as a cardiac case and ran countless heart tests on me - wasting a ton of money...though at least I know I have a healthy heart. Then I forced the neurology issue and I am glad I did. Not that they figured it out...I waited for hours today to be released, for the neurologist to tell me that my brain MRI looked normal except for some white spots that indicate migraine. He said nothing about Hemiplegic migraines. One of my best friends, whom is a family care doctor in the area, asked me what was said and when I told him, he said that it sounded like I was having atypical migraines. He said it explained the other 2 episodes I had experienced this same year. I started researching and I ended up on this site.

I was driving home after dropping my son off at school on Thursday morning and was on a bridge with no where to pull over when I felt this sudden out of head experience...my eyes felt very tired and heavy and I just knew I was going to black out. I started talking loudly to myself and shaking my body to stay awake (must have looked like a sight). It was about 3 minutes, that seemed an eternity, before I got to a spot where I could pull over. At this point, my hands and lower arms went numb and cramped up. I had to shake them for about 5 minutes to get them back to normal. Then I decided to drive the five minutes to home...same talking to myself and shaking myself thing as before. When I got there, I was shaking uncontrollably and my eye was twitching. I didn't know what to do, so I called 911. The paramedics got there and as I thought they would, tried to convince me it was a severe panic attack, but they took me in anyway...and so ensued the 3 days of testing until my doctor friend called it and I started researching. I am actually excited and relieved to know that I am not crazy and to find out what I can do to start treating or preventing it.

Anyone else experience anything like that?

bettyw7679
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   Posted 6/3/2010 3:47 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi !
I've just visited this forum.

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Scott17
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   Posted 6/10/2010 3:05 PM (GMT -6)   
Hey, I had my first migraine with similar sounding symptoms just yesterday (I am still feeling some of the symptoms as I type this). I am a 20 year old male with no previous history of migraines or even really bad headaches. However, the main difference between myself and most of the other people who have posted on here is the order in which the symptoms occurred. Yesterday morning I woke up with what could be described as a moderately painful headache. Nothing that was too far out of the ordinary (I chalked it up as just being the result of dehydration). Anyways, by the time I got out to work, which was an hour and a half drive because I live in the middle of nowhere, my headache has escalated so much that it was already one of the most painful headaches I had ever had. I waited at my work truck in hopes that it would just pass, but I was very sadly mistaken. The visual auras was the next symptom. I was getting very dizzy from all the blurriness and squiggly lines. After about 2 hours of that, is when the numbness began. It began in my left arm, and eventually both my arms, both my legs, my chest and my mouth and tongue went completely numb. Not knowing anything about migraines, I was very confused and concerned about what was happening to me. The next to follow was the loss of speach. I could not form any coherent sentences. It was so frustrating being able to picture the words and sentences in my head but being completely unable to produce the correct sounds. Anyways, eventually I got a two hour ambulance ride to the nearest hospital, vomitting well over 30 times in the process, just from the migraine alone. 7 hours in the hospital later, the doctors believed that this was the work of a very extreme migraine. I even got the CT scan like a few other people on here, and I even got a lumbar puncture spinal fluid tap. If anybody else goes to the hospital for a migraine like this, make sure u get the morhpine. Trust me, it makes everything a lot better.

kimberly67
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   Posted 7/15/2010 10:16 AM (GMT -6)   
  I too suffer from these migraines.  It began when i was in 5th grade, and continue as I am now 43 years old.  At first they thought i had vision problems, then the doctors thought i had low blood sugar.  Then years later i was diagnosed with hemopolegic migraines.  And they do run in my family. My dad got them, and also i have passed them onto my 18 year old son.  I get the aura first, which lasts about 20 mins.  After that goes away, I will get about 20 minutes worth of numbness.  Usually on one side, hand, arms, tongue.  Also confusion, can't understand what people are saying, can't read, my hearing is sensitive and unusual.  Then the headache follows, which isn't usually too bad.  Then after that, I don't feel like myself for about a day afterwards.  I don't get the headaches as often as I had years before because i think prevention is the key.  You have to find out what is triggering your headaches, then you can control them.  I am on a beta blocker, very low dose.  I believe this helps with any headache prevention.  If you are in sports, and get these types of headaches, i believe dehydration brings on the headaches.  You have to stay very hydrated, and you cannot let yourself get hungry.  If i get a aura headache, i can usually think back to the day or days before and realize something that i did that would help to trigger it.  If i eat too much cream cheese, too much chocolate, too much caffeine, not enough sleep, too much sleep.  MSG is a total no-no for me.  Read what you are eating.  No artificial sweeteners !!  If i pick up a diet anything, you can bet i am going to get an aura headache.  Hormones also affect me.  I never needed a pregnancy test to tell me i was pregnant.  I would get like 2 aura headaches one after the other...in the same day.  That was debilitating!  Fresh baked goods sometimes bring them on also.  I still get scared when i get them.  I wonder if someday a stroke will follow.  I don't think there is any doctor that knows for sure.  I just feel as though these headaches are caused by some type of blood flow restriction, and that is why we get the stroke feeling. 

Mariposita
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   Posted 7/16/2010 11:24 AM (GMT -6)   
I see this was posted almost a year ago, but I am hoping someone can reply.  I too started having left side facial pain with a severe migraine that just knocks me down.  The pain is so intense I feel like my face and head are going to explode or implode.  The eye does not hurt but the temple area and in front of my ear hurt horribly.  Yes, I too get the tingling numbness sensation on the left side of the face and my tongue.  No one has given it a name yet but because of the 5 and 7 cranial nerve involvement - the doctors say this is Bell's palsy.  I have had 3 attacks in the last 4 weeks.  Yesterday was the worse I got a Morphine shot to ease the pain.  I started Lyrica last night and Vicodin for the pain.  The pain has eased up or maybe it feels that way because my mood right now is numb - but the pressure and hearing sensitivity is still there.  I did well on steroids - but once off the pain came back. Anybody else going through something similar? cry

pontiacman
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   Posted 8/7/2010 3:05 PM (GMT -6)   
Well im a 32/m and I just had prob my 10th migrain. and glad to see this place and see im not the only one in the world. This time though it was the first time I lost feeling but it was only in my right thumb. Like someone described earlier I think I could have cut it off and not even noticed. After the numbing my head felt like it was going to explode. Had loss of vision in one eye. Major pain in my left hear/temple, Confusion,Off balance. And was also worried I was having a stroke. Bad part was my wife was at work and I was on my way home from taking them swimming. Wasn't exactly sure what to do so I just took 3 tylonal and took one genaric brand of fioricet that the neroligist gave me a while ago. It calmed it down a bit but still hurts and im feeling pretty week and tired. I also got kinda hungery. (got the shakes like I haven't eaten all day even though I ate a late and big breakfast at around 11:00am and this all started around 2:30pm)
Not sure what to do. My doc gave me vicoprofin. It was basicly 750mg vicodin with Ibeprofin in it. That seemed to help but another doctor told me not to take it cause it could also cause headachs..
So now I take nothing unless I get a migrain then I just take over the counter stuff and suffer for now. Mainly I always lose vision in one eye or both (basicly all my perifial vision) And when that starts I never have a headach so I will take something and it norm helps alot because 99.9% of the time as soon as my vision comes back it's followed by one hell of a scary and head pounding migrain.
So if any of you get the blurry parifial vision I highly recomend taking about 3 tylonal and I chew a asprin and if you have it handy take a no-doze that seems to eather make it so my vision comes back and im fine or I end up with a headach instead of a migrain.

limon
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   Posted 8/12/2010 11:34 AM (GMT -6)   
I had classic migraines for about 5 years (age 20-25).  For about the last 15 years (age 25-40) they have been diagnosed as "complex migraines".  The first time I had one with the numbness, I went to the emergency room, thinking I was having a stroke.  Back then the numbness only lasted about 10 minutes to a few hours with no other symptoms.  I will still look in the mirror and smile to make sure both sides are even.  I could go months without one and then get 2 in one month.  With each one they have lasted longer and longer.  And have been worse with more and more symptoms each time.  Today I get them about once every 4 months, but they last about 5-6 weeks.  It seems to go away a little and then come back in full force, so it could be I'm just getting them one after another for weeks?
 
My symptoms now are ...it starts with the aura.  Numbness in my fingers goes up to my face and head and then down my leg to my toes.  After the first day the pain starts, its an aching pain in my muscles followed by weakness.  It is always my right side, never the left.  There's pain in my joints also.  The headache is usually minimal, mostly just right side but sometimes both, but always feels different on each side.  I can move my arm and leg, it's just very numb.  The second day I am usually very nocuous, but only a few times have I ended up puking all night.  My last one lasted 6 weeks, but it could have just been many all in a row??
 
I have had MRI's and nothing.  I do have Patent foramen ovale (hole in my heart).  They originally thought this could be causing the migraines but since it's is limited to only the right side they don't think it has any thing to do with it.
 
If anyone has any information that could I help.  I would appreciate it very much!

ravenschild54
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   Posted 8/26/2010 8:52 AM (GMT -6)   
Limon your symptoms are so like mine I thought it was an old post of mine..please get in touch as I am so desperate to speak to someone who knows what i am going through, i too get neurological symptoms for weeks at a time then they go for a few weeks etc, etc. i am learning to live with the episodes but it would help to share with someone who understands. I live in the Manchester area of UK I am 55 years female.


I have edited your post to remove your email address for you own safety. If you want folk to get in touch make sure your email is in your profile so peeps can click on the envelope by your name. Ann

Annuk
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   Posted 8/26/2010 9:39 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi ravenschild54,

I lived in Manchester for 15 years, whereabout are you there? I live in Essex now. Are you seeing a Neurologist who is a Headache Specialist?? If not please feel free to email me and I will put you in touch with a good one!!!

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   Posted 8/26/2010 12:22 PM (GMT -6)   
ravenschild54  I am in Minnesota.  Although I wish this on no one, I'm so happy to hear of others that suffer from this.  Some people act as if I'm crazy and sometimes I wonder if I am smilewinkgrin
 
 

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   Posted 8/26/2010 7:30 PM (GMT -6)   
question for all of you, I have the numbness in both hands as well as both feet, this occurs daily, but I also have times where I cant say certain words, I know what I want to say but cant say them, other times I cant read, write or spell, most, this all happens daily, it makes working hard, I get the pain every third day now and it last up to two weeks, nothing I take helps, my doctor tells me that if I dont get my migraines under control I will have stroke, he says these are just normal migraines and I just need to ride them out, the only thing I am on is 100mg of topamax Oh and I cant spell worth a darn anymore, its all freaking me out.
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