Causes Of Inflammation Sufferers In The Head Continues To Sleep?
i want to ask so, is it from the effects of the drug or the effects of inflammation of the head? Please help..
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We are also sorry for your sister's condition. Inflammation of the head, is actually a very diverse condition and can be caused by various things as well. Head inflammation can be in the form of meningitis or inflammation of the lining of the brain, encephalitis or inflammation of the brain, meningoencephalitis or inflammation of the brain and membranes, and various types of encephalopathy.
Because it occurs in the brain and surrounding structures, which we know is very important and crucial in performing almost all daily activities, so if there is interference in this form of inflammation, the symptoms that arise can be very diverse, ranging from convulsions, confusion, not responding properly when asked, hallucinating or seeing and hearing something that is not there, fainting, stiff neck, uncontrolled eye movements, and many other symptoms.
The cause of this condition is still not known, but it is often associated with infections caused by viruses. The virus can originate from infection in the sinus cavity or sinusitis, and can also be from the back of the ear or mastoid bone.
Regarding your question, we cannot confirm whether your sister's condition came from the medicine or the illness, because the medicine itself we do not know what is given. If your brother had had pain in the past, the medicine given might also have a profound effect on drowsiness, even if he doesn't sleep and doesn't wake up for days. However, if the drug is in the form of antibiotics for example, antibiotics generally do not have symptoms of drowsiness and the possibility of drowsiness comes from the disease.
What is clear is actually this question would be better asked to the doctor who cared for him, because besides you as a family have the right to know the condition of your sister, the doctor who treats your sister also knows more information than us and those who care directly, so the answers from them must be more accurate and more direct to the actual condition of your sister than us.
So our advice, while continuing to pray for the best for your sister, try asking the doctor who treats him about the status of the disease, what treatment steps are being and will be taken, and help the medical side with always a family member who supervises and accompanies the hospital. So, I hope your sister is given a cure soon.