Stroke effects journal

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2175879 tn?1338355028 Doing a journal on my diet, weight, and diabetes numbers after my TIA/Stroke. Talking to one of my doctors two days ago, he read a new article that states that the medical comunity has revised their take on TIA's. They now no that there can be a longer recovery period than previously believed (1 to 24 hours), and even permanent damage. I now realize that I am having troubles remembering things I did just the day before (like what I ate for breakfast, lunch, and dinner).
Avatar m tn In the first study of this form of the nutritional supplement in humans, Ohio State researchers determined that a moderate dose of tocotrienol reached concentrations in human blood plasma that would be more than adequate to protect against neurological damage that follows stroke. These findings were published in the May issue of the journal Antioxidants & Redox Signaling.
Avatar n tn s since, the infections get more complicated, symptoms now are confusion, slurred speech, they resemble stroke symptoms, antibiotics have their own side effects, please consult with several qualified urologists regarding your condition, not many have any experience with penectomys, I found a urologist in early stage that wanted to do a full penectomy, so he could write a thesis in the harvard journal, I am telling you your request should be the LAST resort, many complications, I would trade ble
Avatar f tn The major causes of mortality and morbidity for carotid endarterectomy surgery are myocardial infarction, stroke, neurological deficit (transient and permanent), temporary loss of certain cranial nerve function (resulting in notable paralysis to muscles in the mouth, throat, neck and shoulders), permanent vocal cord paralysis and neck haematoma.
Avatar n tn I have a question about the drug Haldol. My 77 year old mother had a mild stroke that left her left side affected. While in the CCU unit in the hospital, she became restlest, 5mg injections where issued on 3 seperate occasions within 36 hours . the last after she was moved into a private room out of CCU. 10 hours after the last injection she fell into a deep sleep (Coma Like) state. CT scans done after this found this was not caused from another stroke.
Avatar m tn The tone? Are you meaning the effects? Unless it's a transient ischemic attack (TIA), none of the effects are likely to reverse. TIA effects reverse within 24 hours.
Avatar f tn Call your oncologist. Chances are you're not having a stroke but they'll know best what to test for. Chemo and rad-chemo can be terribly difficult and fatigue, nueropathy, aches and deep pain are not uncommon. Rest ..... And call your Doc. You'll feel much better for it.
Avatar n tn t had a response on my first question concerning symptoms of a possible mini stroke or withdrawal symptoms from precocet or elavil. Should I take my husband to doctor - his office does not open until 9:00 am my time.
Avatar m tn Yes I have medication side effects that are in clinical study myself that are neurological but they are researching them and understanding what they are and I am working with them. Bipolar disorder is a specific psychiatric disability. It would not be caused by medications but they could cause mood disruptions.
Avatar m tn Crestor and other statin drugs have serious side effects. The incidence of established side-effects, such as rhabdomyolysis (0.3 per 10,000 per year), myopathy (1.1 per 10,000) and peripheral neuropathy (1.2 per 10,000 per year) seems low, (8) but may be underestimated as it takes time to establish long-term side-effects. (The depletion of coenzyme Q10 by statins is a particular concern.
Avatar f tn I had a stroke at age 48 I am now 50 mine was cause because both my neck attires on both side where block 90% they cleaned them out, when I went to the hospital I could not move my left side at all and my speech was shot. I got there in time to get that shot that you get in the 3 hour time. well that even it all came back I thank god every day. I have depression it seams like all my friends don't want to hang out or talk to me any more?
Avatar f tn I had a hemorraghic stroke in the cerebellum region 8 months ago. Thankfully it was mild in that I wasn't left with paralysis. The bleed was small (about the size of a quarter) and the vessel closed back on its own. The doctors were unable to determine the cause. I didn't have any of the risk factors. I was told I should be able to return to work in 6 weeks.
Avatar f tn cardiac arrest, sudden death, stroke, heart attack, angina. One of the main reasons people are living longer even though their health habits and diets are terrible is treating hypertension.
Avatar f tn Pain can be felt as different things after stroke and the burning sensation you have in your leg (s) is that post stroke pain. Sorry you have it. They recommend to keep a pain journal to document pain after stroke and the details of it (when it is worse, what aggregates it, is it intermittent, constant, bad at night, etc.). This is presented to your doctor and then they can decide what they want to do if anything to treat it if it does not subside.
Avatar m tn Calcium boosts risk of heart attack, stroke for women, study finds
Avatar m tn My aunt aged 70 is hospitalised due to brain stem stroke and is in ICU. She is yet to regain the consciousness and is still on ventilator. Doctors have stated that there is very little improvement. As of now she lost her limb movements, swallowing capacity and eyelid movements. Though she is chronic diabetic and had bye pass surgery six years back her major organs are functioning normally. It is not clear how long she will be like this. At what point of time recovery process will set in?
745759 tn?1232870315 Today i find out i have had a stroke some time between DEC 8th mri and DEC 30th mri and that kinda scared me and now they say also that an angiogram might be masked for results cause dr put me on the steroids started givimg me blood thinners did a trans echo cardiogram with bubble test
1092670 tn?1257765030 i have the same pains today has i have had the last 17 months pain right side head to toe knee groin froot pain constant left leg and right leg go numb after short walks and sitting to long.
1110049 tn?1409402144 When I had a stroke on 17th June my face dropped on one side. i had a bleed on left side of my brain. My left side is weak and I find talking difficult. I was taken to hospital straight away, and spent nearly two weeks there. That was 8 weeks ago. i have been struggling. My speech hardly improved, and now i have lost my voice, but that may not be due to the stroke. my walking not too bad, but cannot use my left arm and hand.
Avatar m tn // Peru is the little country around north west of south America "The data of these studies show a mean hematocrit of 50% in Himalayans and 54.1% in Andeans." I ask this because I notice a lot of people go crazy if hematocit goes over 50% while on testosterone replacement, many docs say the stroke rate goes way up and even stop TRT.
Avatar n tn Two weeks after stopping the drug amiodarone i suffered a stroke, could stopping this drug cause this.
Avatar n tn It has been reported that there is an increased risk of stroke, as an adverse side effect of Spiriva but the question remains unsettled. One such report appeared in the Journal of the American Medical Association in September 2008. The authors of this study found an increased risk of heart attacks and stroke (2.9% on the drug, Spiriva, compared to 1.8% of persons on placebo. They interpreted this as, “a significantly increased risk.
Avatar f tn Three weeks ago I had a small stroke giving left side weakness but nothing else. However I feel weak and fuzzy in the morning, sort of slowed down. Wondering if normal and will this go away. Not sure of what to practice, etc. to get rid of this sensation. I have definitely improved small motor function in hands and improved balance through PT and OT but worried about morning effect and what maybe causing it.
Avatar f tn I understand each stroke and stroke patient is different, but what could we expect in relation to time of recovery and how much recovery should we realistically expect? Any advice or experiences shared would be appreciated.