Numbness in left sidebody

Having numbness n tingling in body since 3 days first left leg then hand n face,since 2days on lower jam near lips cheek part numbness n from yesterday night jaw is moving by itself in mouth,joinied in nims but proper treatment is not given,plz suggest me a good doctor n hospital already both of my parents r paralysed
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Harisha N L Bangalore | General Physician
The goal for the emergent management of stroke is to complete the following within 60 minutes of patient arrival

Assess airway, breathing, and circulation (ABCs) and stabilize the patient as necessary

Complete the initial evaluation and assessment, including imaging and laboratory studies

Initiate reperfusion therapy, if appropriate

Critical treatment decisions focus on the following:

The need for airway management

Optimal blood pressure control

Identifying potential reperfusion therapies (eg, intravenous fibrinolysis with rt-PA or intra-arterial approaches)

Involvement of a physician with a special interest in stroke is ideal. Stroke care units with specially trained personnel exist and improve outcomes.

Ischemic stroke therapies include the following:

Fibrinolytic therapy

Antiplatelet agents 

Mechanical thrombectomy

Treatment of comorbid conditions may include the following:

Reduce fever

Correct hypotension/significant hypertension

Correct hypoxia

Correct hypoglycemia

Manage cardiac arrhythmias

Manage myocardial ischemia

Stroke prevention

Primary stroke prevention refers to the treatment of individuals with no previous history of stroke. Measures may include use of the following:

Platelet antiaggregants



Lifestyle interventions (eg, smoking cessation, alcohol moderation)

Secondary prevention refers to the treatment of individuals who have already had a stroke. Measures may include use of the following:

Platelet antiaggregants



Lifestyle interventions
if your doctors not treating by above methods you can consult nearest neurologist they will help you

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