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Left body Paraylysis
Left body got paralysed, some blood clots found in vain of brain. Situation is getting bad , now she is facing problem to eat anything, earlier she was eating easily. We also observed that she started imagining objects. allopathy & physiotherapy treatment is already going on but not that much of improvement.
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blood in brain is  hemorhage  or blood clot obstructing leading to ischemia both r diffrent what is size ? other interpretation when was  her reperfusion treatment given like fibrinolytic antiplatlet anticoagulant is she was properly check up before starting this therapy ? what other condition she was suffering ? when was her last MRI done ? physiotherapy other treatment continue it progress is slow some time but if condition is becoming worse need MRI  doppler carotid and other test as per condition
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MRI  after 72 hour physiotheraphy vital parameter watch if dysphagia is severe NGT  feeding
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Hello, there are good medicines in homoeopathy to remove the clots, but I will have to see the report first. I suggest you start homoeopathy treatment
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Hello, Give Arnica Montana 3X, five drops thrice daily for 15 days. It will help to remove the clots. Let other therapy continue as well. Regards
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