Left brain stroke treatment

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Avatar n tn The physical functions return to normal once the brain edema subsides and hematoma dissolves, but sometimes if the stroke is severe it may take longer.
1346447 tn?1327862572 She could not stand. After treatment for stroke she now stands on the leg.She is 70 years old. She had left carotid artery completely blocked for long time. This was never noticed. Now in additio we observed that her short term memory is getting deterioted.In the past twenty years slowly it is observed that her blood supply to brain was getting reduced. This process was stabilised .But now we find that memory loss is occuring.At present she is practically all the time in the bed lying.
Avatar n tn org/diseases-conditions/stroke/diagnosis-treatment/drc-20350119. It does have some repair techniques but they are mostly surgical. Your dad is in that critical time period. If he was on blood thinners, they would potentially transfuse him to remove the blood thinner from his body so he can clot properly. I'm not sure where any of this is at in terms of your dad and if the emergency period is over. What are the doctors saying in terms of prognosis?
Avatar m tn Should Botox treatment Helpful for Stroke patient? my mother surviving from Stroke (Left side is not working Properly) doctor suggest we should move for Botox treatment.Please anybody share there experience on this treatment.
Avatar m tn Hello Dear Respectful Doctors my Father ( 59 year old Orthodontist whom is not diabetic nor hypertensive but has general neuro weakness all over his body developing since the last 2years) was admitted into the emergency department one week ago after he developed what the Doctors first diagnosed as Stroke then Transient Ischemic Attack and then unknown due to the CT Scan and MRI showing nothing according to the neurologist present, he was sitting on the couch normally speaking when suddenly he fe
Avatar f tn The entire left side of his body became paralyzed. After stroke rehabiliation, and lots of after treatment, he has made some progress. He is still unable to move the entire left arm and fingers, and his left leg. His personality has changed, although he appears to have recovered about 90% of his previous cognitive ability. Depression after the stroke has been severe. Does anyone know of treatment that might help my son reecover the use of the paralyzed limbs? He is only 31 yrs.
Avatar f tn Thanks for your comment,last wednesday ,wake up feeling dizzy and cramos in both feet and left arm,they did Ecg,blood test,even brain scan.The doctor told me everything is alright,but am having cramps to my left hand and sometimes the left side of my head.
Avatar m tn I suffered a mini stroke a few weeks ago, losing feeling in my left side. I have the feeling back in my leg but it's not 100%. Although I have major pain in my left arm which is causing me problems sleeps as the tablets I am on does seem to work as I am taking morphine as well. The part that I don't understand is that I had a MRI and they found white with black circles on my brain, can you show some light on this please what are they?
Avatar m tn My initial reports show that Ihad clots in left side of my brain hence my left hand n left leg are very stiff.I have been thru a lot of trewatments but of no use.
Avatar n tn My Dad had been suffering from Brain hamorrage on left side and right side completely paralysis.He had recovering day by day by physiotherapy daily unfortunately he couldn't speek but he has voice. He had been consulted by Speech therapist Doctor.Why he couldn't speek yet even he had stroke since one year ago? Is there any treatment so that he can speek like before?
Avatar f tn My name is Ellie and im 16 years old. I had a mini stroke on the left side of my brain about 2 months ago. I didnt have any medical problems, no blood clots, high blood pressure, i dont take birth control (any of the main factors) but i am overweight. Doctors have no idea what could of caused it except for stress and thats the hardest part dealing with it because i dont know how too prevent it or how it happened. I couldnt talk (felt like i had a thick tounge) and had numbness in my right arm.
Avatar n tn He recently had a stent placed in the Basilar artery which was blocked 75% also before surgery. He had a stroke after the procedure which has left him paralized on his left side. The question is how dangerous is it to leave the other arteries like they are?
Avatar n tn My father also had a "pons" brain stem stroke on 29th Sept 2012. He had a tracheostomy for 1 month. Now a PEG feeding tube is inserted in his stomach for giving him liquid diet. Can swallow only 2 spoons water on his own. Full paralysis is there except for head/neck movement. Does Vital Stim really work? Is it available in India? Please share your progress thus far with us. Would really help a lotttt.
Avatar n tn I looked it up and it seems that this means I could have had some sort of stroke. Does anyone know anything about this and the prognosis and treatment since I cannot get in to see a neurologist for a month and a half.
Avatar m tn Treatment should be aimed at trying to prevent a full-blown stroke from happening in the future. A neurologist should assist you with this treatment. Some patients, on the prescription of a doctor, take Plavix (or its generic form), some take aspirin (doctor needs to advise you as to what you should do). Blood pressure should be kept in normal range so if you have high blood pressure, the doctor will likely want to prescribe medicine to get that down to normal.
Avatar f tn The types and degree of disability that follows a stroke depends on which area of the brain is damaged. Usually the disabilities are paralysis or problems controlling movement, sensory disturbance including using or understanding language, thinking and memory issues, etc. The effects of numbness tongue like speech difficulties and swallowing difficulties have to be tackled with and modifications made to suit.
Avatar f tn my husband had a massive stroke about a year ago which affected his left side. He had craniotomy surgery. my question has anyone fully recovered after such surgery?
1678022 tn?1305114267 s words squash your hope, your belief your faith!!!! My father 62 years old suffered a left brain stroke as well during a 7 1/2 hour surgery so they were unsure how long the stroke lasted or when it was. Could have been during surgery or the 12 hours after surgery when he was not awake. They told us he may never respond as well. It started with the slightest hand squeeze (on the left side) the right side did not move for a while.
5621588 tn?1371086206 Hi, my name is Adam and I recently had a brain stem stroke. (About 2 weeks ago) I lost my ability to eat and my right side is fairly numb. I'm 35 years old from upstate NY. I know now after reading up on brain stem strokes that I am lucky to even be alive. I also suffer from pretty sever anxiety and panic attacks, which doesn't go very well with being a stroke survivor, as the symptoms of my panic attacks often mimic stroke symptoms.
598230 tn?1219763221 Three hours of waiting may have made a difference since prolonged exposure to increased pressure in the brain can really have lasting injury to the brain tissues. However, overall prognosis will also depend on the type and location of the stroke itself, and pontine hemorrhages are really one of the worst kind. I pray that future strokes can be prevented, and this can be done by controlling the elements such as high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, and stress levels. Regards.
Avatar n tn My father's stroke in December left him with not being able to read, speak, sit for long and he cannot walk (supposedly paralyzed right side body but is able to wiggle some hand and foot). He had to have a tracheaostomy. I realize that the prognosis can be anywhere from little recovery to limitless recovery, but what I am hoping for is for some real testimonials about anyone who had recovery with similar problems.
Avatar n tn Memory loss and impaired thinking and illogical thought process can occur after stroke. It all depends on the part of brain involved in stroke. Since her left side of the body was involved it indicates the involvement of right side of the brain. The right hemisphere controls thought and perception and memory. This is also termed as vascular dementia. Please consult her doctor about as she may need physical and occupational therapy.