Frequent Headaches After Recovering From A Stroke?
Hello I am elis, a year ago I had a stroke because of hypertension and after a scan, EEG and MRI results were the same as there was a blockage in the left brain after being treated in a private hospital in the Tangerang area. After I had a stroke, why did I get an error, like what I want to take, so what are the frequent headaches? Even though I regularly take medicine
Hello Elis, thank you for asking.
Stroke consists of two types, namely bleeding stroke and ischemic stroke. In bleeding strokes, blood vessels tear, resulting in bleeding in the brain. In ischemic strokes, a blockage or narrowing of the blood vessels of the brain. Both cause damage and death of some brain tissue.
Stroke symptoms depend on the part of the brain affected. The severity of symptoms depends on the extent of damage to the brain tissue. Likewise, the healing process and sequelae depend on the location of the affected brain and the extent of damage. Stroke healing in each individual is very different. There are individuals who can recover completely without sequelae, but some are cured with sequelae.
Various sequelae, for example:
Memory and cognition disorders.
And many other symptoms. Sequelae can disappear slowly over a monthly or annual period, but can also persist. You can consult with your treating doctor about this. The doctor will assess your condition and explain the possibility of recovery of sequelae. If sequelae are permanent, then someone can be taught certain ways to live accustomed to these sequelae. The most important thing is, changing lifestyles and eating patterns totally and consistently, so that strokes do not recur. Perform regular physical examinations so that they can be detected early before they become severe.
Hopefully this answer can help. Regards.