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Paralysis on right side
Paralysis from 12th June 2018. right leg now little working. Walking with the help of stick. But right arm not working. Physiotherapy treatment given 10 months continues. Speaking not clear. Sometimes we understood. But not clear. I want to know can my husband right proper at any time. Ya fir kitne%recovery hoti hogi. Can right hand work properly or not.
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Hello. Yes there are chances of recovery but not may be 100% Exercise is always gold standard for paralysis patients. You didnt mention cause of paralysis and other history. For more details press chat now button. Thank you
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Hello Yes he will become fine. Not 100% cure but he will be able to do his work properly without anyone's help. Continue Physiotherapy. Do it will full will power. Never loose your will Power Treat the cause if possible (since you haven't written any cause i can't comment on that) Consult Online ASAP if you wanna know more about your condition
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Physiotherapy is the answer to your question for recovery. As I don’t know the extent of damage.. but as you say it’s one year now .. almost recovery will be slow and gradual. Keep a watch on his BP and Sugar. Make him move in and around the house . He should also have a will to recover
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