Hemorrhagic stroke recovery time

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Avatar m tn Time, time, time.... Your fiancé needs time to heal. 1 year ago my mother had a hemorrhagic stroke that left her paralyzed on the right side, unable to swallow or do anything for herself. Today my mother's weakness on her right side is almost undetectable. she is eating regular foods, and walking around with a walker. The best thing you can do is get involved and learn as much as you can about her specific stroke and what to except.
Avatar m tn my fiancé is 24 she had a hemorrhagic stroke. The doctors put her in induce acoma shes been like that for 3 weeks now she is stable. the took a piece of her skull to let out pressure out I need some information and help please.
Avatar f tn Hi my fiance is 46 & he had a hemorrhagic stroke on left side of the brain while at work on April 26, 2010. He never complained of headaches to me, but I could feel something was different. He luckily was working close to the hospital. He collapsed and hit his head on a piece of equipment. He had emergency surgery and they removed a bloodclot 3/4 size of baseball. Just today he opened both eyes and it was fabulous. The Dr.
Avatar m tn Hi,my 57 year old mother suffered a hemorrhagic stroke,she was pretty healty before this,but she does smoke.The doc said it was 4 cm and it was on her left side,her vision is affected and her capability to read. She was in the hospital 5 days,her blood pressure,blood work,everything looks good which is very weird!Other then that she was conscious all the time,no memory loss or anything like that. My question is why the docs didn't give her any medication while in the hospital or after?
Avatar f tn The doctors said that he suffered from stroke since he has a HIGH BLOOD. Diagnosis was hemorrhagic stroke and said it was fatal. MAy i know if he has the chance to recover considering the period of his coma. I sthere achance to recover if the the doctor says his brain is dead already. How come yesterday he responded to any pain when pinch. is this a good sign?
Avatar f tn My father (73) had hemorrhagic stroke on Mar 08, 2012. He is in India. He is still in beg not responding to anything other than seldom blinking eyes for a couple of seconds. Please prey for him to get well soon.
Avatar m tn Stroke can be ischemic or hemorrhagic. Ischemic stroke occurs as a result of blockage to an artery. For this therapy with clot dissolving drugs (thrombolytics), should be initiated early. Aspirin, an anti-thrombotic drug, is given immediately after an ischemic stroke to reduce the likelihood of having another stroke. Some stroke patients do appear to have 100 percent recovery. And many regain a great deal of their abilities.
Avatar f tn s doctors and what they did for him. Stroke recovery is a slow process, not only for the stroke victim, but for the family as well. It takes a while to process the event and all of the pain. Dad was making a miraculous recovery considering the extent of his brain injury. He regained great movement on his left, affected side and was walking with the use of a walker. Mentally he is still himself, with a few more hiccups. Words don't come to him as easy.
Avatar m tn I’ve used this site many times reading others experiences with stroke I thought it was time for me to share mine. My mother had a hemorrhagic stroke 3 months ago. Her Coumadin levels were high and she had a benign cystic mass that bled, it wasn’t related to her blood pressure at all. She was unable to talk, eat, walk and move the right side of her body. The second day after the stroke they drained her brain from the excessive fluid. Her first word was “dry".
Avatar f tn Unfortunately To date, there have been no studies that have evaluated either the prevention or the management of delirium post-stroke. I agree with the doctors as the time taken for recovery may be in months or even years. But preventing malnutrition and removal of the cause of stroke helps in quick recovery. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided.
Avatar f tn This facial neurological defict is because of the brain stroke. stroke can be thrombotic, embolic, hemorrhagic, hypoperfusion related etc and can affect one of the 3 central nervous system pathways like spinothalamic tract, corticospinal tract and dorsal column, symptoms include hemiplegia and muscle weakness of face, numbness, reduction in sensory and vibration sensation. Usually unilateral, opposite side of the brain part affected.
1700686 tn?1307049594 My father (70) had a hemorrhagic stroke four days ago. He has completely lost control and is unable to move his left side (leg and arm) but has no other effect (ex. no speech or cognitive issues). I am sure he will start physical therapy soon but I am desperately trying to find out more information about his recovery. In particular, is there any cases or information on the recovery probabilities of his arm and leg? Thank you for your help...
Avatar n tn I had a hemorrhagic stroke in Feb, 2008. I was 52 at the time. I still have problems with feelings in my fingers and general uncoordination of my right arm. I read about a medicide not approved by the FDA but it looks promising. Because it's not FDA approved, its not cavered by insurance and very expensive. Has anybody heard of it and has some experience or knowledge of how it works. The product is called 'Neuroaid'.
Avatar n tn I'm 27/M/Single. Unfortunatley 2 years back i was undergone for the treatment of Hemorrhagic Stroke on the right side of my brain which made my left body paralysed. I've never experienced a head-ache or any kind of major illness before the stroke and i don't booze or smoke. Got recovered 90-95% over the days after the medication from neurologist (15-20 days) & psychotherapy ( 2 months ) . i'm still using Eptoin as part of my medication.
Avatar f tn Hi, my husband had a hemorrhagic stroke on Dec 6th and has only been awake for a week now, its still early yet, the body has to heal. Coma is sometimes a blessing. Be strong I'm sure she will be fine. We are 1 month and 2 days in. There may be alot of set backs, which are normal I am learning. We will do this together.
Avatar n tn It is important to work with a team a rehabilitation team which may include the doctors, therapists and even psychologists to help deal with the emotional aspect of stroke. Complete recovery is unusual but not impossible.
Avatar n tn My husband had a stroke in the right side of his brain. He had one of the worst kinds of stroke...a hemorrhagic stroke where the blood vessel bursts and leaks blood inside the brain killing the cells it touches. Doctors didn't think he'd make it. My husband is fully functioning. He talks, walks, fixes his own food, drives...just like someone that never had a stroke. He does have double vision because of the stroke.
Avatar n tn I am a survivor of massive hemorrhagic stroke in 2005. There is considerable cross-over in the symptomology between TBI and Stroke. There are two main types of Aphasia: Receptive and Expressive. Receptive Aphasia is indicated by garbled in-coming messages (verbal, written, vision, tactile) that the victim receives. Expressive Aphasia affects speech, writing, etc. This is perhaps more well-known, obvious, alarming and dramatic.
Avatar n tn my 48 yr old mom had a Hemorrhagic stroke on the 26.05.2008. After 5months in hospital, she just came home yesterday. The neuro doc said it was a large bleed in the left side of her brain, which has left her paralysed on her right side. Mom has no speech whatsoever but she does understand and recognise us.
Avatar m tn PS We were told that as far as strokes go, a bleed on the brain instead of a clot is generally better for faster and better recovery if they survive it, because a hemorrhagic stroke is considered more fatal. Could anyone tell me what they think is the time limit if any, when the patient can consider themselves out of that fatal zone. It could be never but there may be a time when we can concentrate on his recovery, not if we are going to get a dreaded phone call in the early hours.
Avatar n tn My husband recently passed away from a hemorrhagic stroke. The doctor said hypertension was the cause. There seemed to be no warning signs except on the day it happened. He had a terrible headache and went downhill from there. He was taking all his medication--plavix, 325 mg of asprin, blood pressure medicine, etc. and was doing fine. He did have very bad back pain but finally got relief and was back to himself for a month and a half. This stroke came on so suddenly....