Hello Dr. My husband (age 35yrs) suffered from brain stroke on 27th July 2016 n got fully right side paralysed n not able to talk. His neurosurgeon said he had some blood clot in left side of the brain n prescribed him to take levipril (thrice in a day), alpha citum(twice in day), idebest, vescurite (once in day) n rosumac gold 20 (once in day) bcz he is a heart patient too. Now in 3 months he is able to walk n his hand is little bit working but still he had problem in speech. He continued physiotherapy n speech therapy both. I want to know how long it takes his recovery to be as he is in his normal life n able to talk. He understands everything but dnt know "what to right", "how to form word n sentence." Sometimes, due to this he got frustrated n irritated. I m very much worried about him.
3 weeks before my mother got paralytic stroke when she woke up in morning,she was sweating and BP went high with body numbness.Main thing is her vocal cord got blocked due to which nothing was going through her mouth to stomach not even saliva. By the end of the day,she started having sips of water and than normal. We checked blood test ,it was normal.We did MRI P+C and spine,reports came out normal. However still she feels same weakness inside with headack .Please suggest next steps.
My husband faces numbness in hands while sleeping.sometimes, he experience numbness in calves also.We went to neurologist, who suggested B12 test, which came out low (190).We have started with IV injections from last 4 months, but there is no improvement.Can anything else be done.Is any other test required? Shall we consult some other doctor or wait for the injections to finish
She has diabetes from one year .. after a proper diet the level of diabetes never let down .. she lost her husband before 4 month after that her health is not gud ,feeling weakness, high diabetes please suggest me something that helps to her..
Is there have any cure for derpsonalistion and derealization?
I feel so weird and different..cant enjoy my life
It can be cure for sure?