Experience Aphasia In Stroke Patients?
Hello, my doctor is 25 years old. Doctor, I want to ask. My mother has a history of stroke twice. But now he is suffering from aphasia. In the case of aphasia, is the patient able to recover fully as early as early again? If yes, how do you doc? Please help answer 🙁
Good morning Tigor, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Aphasia is a dysfunction of speech that occurs due to certain abnormalities in the brain. This condition causes sufferers to often mistakenly choose, arrange, pronounce and interpret words into a correct sentence. Writing ability can also be affected by this condition.
There are various causes of aphasia, the most common of which are strokes, around 25-40%, and can also be caused by brain tumors, nerve disorders, head injuries, infections of the brain or the lining of the brain, and Parkinson's disease.
Regarding your question, there are many factors that must be considered in determining the healing of people with aphasia. Which, with many factors, is not necessarily in fact in accordance with the estimates. In a very rough calculation, if the condition of aphasia has lasted longer than 2-3 months, a full recovery like a normal person is often difficult to expect. But that does not mean if your mother has experienced it for more than that time, then all treatment efforts are stopped. Development can still occur, even after many years, even if it happens slowly.
So our advice, regardless of how theoretical expectations, you still have to support and believe the best for your mother. Continue to support him morally and materially, give encouragement, praise his efforts, and help him to train himself. The intelligence of people with aphasia itself remains the same, so don't treat him as his intelligence is lacking or decreasing. So, hopefully answering your question.