Can Stroke Be Cured?
Hello, my mother had the first stroke, only her left hand after being treated has improved. Approximately 2 months now, again, the right hand and foot are difficult to move, so they can’t run anymore. Will there be more attacks? And is it still able to heal right? In what way. Thank you very much before. Thank you
Hello, Mr. Aci Spuckiss. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We understand the concern you feel.
There are several possibilities that can cause weakness in the body, including:
Stroke, a collection of symptoms / neurological signs / localized / common that develops rapidly, decreased brain function, with symptoms that last more than 24 hours or cause death. Symptoms that can be recognized from a stroke include: F (face, asymmetrical face when smiling), A (arms, difficult to lift one or both hands), S (speech, pelo talk), T (time, immediately bring it home sick if the person closest to experiencing these symptoms). Central nervous system infections, can be in the form of meningitis / encephalitis / brain abscess, generally accompanied by symptoms of seizures, loss of consciousness, and fever Head injuries, for example due to trauma / impact Autoimmune diseases, such as multiple sclerosis, Guillain-Barre syndrome Metabolic disorders, for example decreased sugar levels blood (hypoglycemia) Psychological disorders, thought to be the cause if other possible causes have been ruled out To obtain a proper evaluation, we recommend that the patient be seen by a doctor or neurologist. The doctor will handle emergencies if there are indications, and take history, physical examination and support (if necessary) to overcome the underlying disease. At home, it is advisable to provide balanced nutritious food, adequate rest, and accompany the patient while on the move to prevent the risk of falling.
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