Can Stroke Cause Other Diseases?
, I want to ask my mother to have a stroke for almost 3 years, which requires that the left side of my mother’s limbs do not function where they should. in the morning and my diet is always monitored … according to the doctor, what happened to my mother is worrying for her health ,, and how should I act ..
Good evening, thanks for the question
Involuntary movements are limb movements that cannot be controlled and are not intentional. These movements can vary, can be in the form of twitching, jerking, to seizures. Movement can also involve the neck, face, or limbs.
Involuntary movements in adults can be caused by stroke. Other causes include:
1. Neuroleptic drugs
2. Head injury
3. Degenerative diseases such as Parkinson's
4. Thyroid disease
5. Genetic disorders
6. Untreated syphilis
7. And so on
Carry out further consultations with a neurologist for further examination of this complaint. In addition to physical examination, it may also be necessary to support investigations such as electrolyte examination, thyroid function, etc. to determine the cause of the involuntary movements. Specific treatment will certainly adjust to the underlying cause of the results of previous examinations.
That's all, hope you can help.