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Partial Paralysis

Hello. My grandmother had gone through strokes before also. We have consulted a neurologist but there is no betterment. She is not able to stand, walk, eat on her own. Can't open her mouth properly. Not even speak properly. We are not able to hear a single word. Muteness is there. Can't even control her toilet and stool. What should we do??
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Based on what you have said, I don't think we need any acute care she needs rehabilitation Please consult a neurologist and physiotherapist
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Dr. M. Kodeeswaran Chennai | Neurosurgeon
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Based upon the history what you have told your grandmother had few stroke episodes and because of that her brain function was affected.so some problems will settle down with physiotherapy, speech therapy and medications..so consult a neurologist and follow his advice
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