Frequent Spasms To Foam Out Of The Mouth In People With A History Of Blood Clots In The Brain?
Hello, good evening introduce me to alma, I want to ask, so that I used to have an accident and had problems with blood clots in the brain and after receiving treatment in the hospital then I recovered and did not experience any pain for 6 years. But in the past 3 years, I have experienced convulsions on all members of his body and can spit drool from his mouth like an unconscious person with an empty eye and it recurs almost once a year and if a recurrence can occur up to 1 week, the week has never been dbw to hospital and he was also given medicine by a doctor’s prescription, but it still can recur, how about that? I am afraid 🙁 does he have to take medication every day? Yes, what causes it to recur, what is gr2? Thank you, I hope my question will be responded to 🙂
Hello Alma, thanks for asking.
Trauma due to blunt force collisions, such as in accidents, can cause injury, bleeding, bruising, and so on. Trauma that affects the head region, can cause a concussion, or brain hemorrhage. Depending on the type of trauma, the mechanism of trauma, and the severity of the trauma, the brain can experience only a concussion or bleeding. Concussion and bleeding can be mild or severe. Extensive bleeding can be fatal. Recovery time depends on the severity of bleeding. The symptoms caused also depend on the severity, and which areas of the brain are affected.
Sometimes, when a person has recovered from brain hemorrhage, there are sequelae that do not go away. Residual symptoms such as headaches, vertigo, seizures. Sometimes brain hemorrhage can cause epilepsy or other brain disorders. Seizures that are lost occur even with medication, they may be caused by:
Epilepsy. Brain mass. Brain infection or the lining of the brain. Your sister should consult a neurologist regularly so that the best diagnosis and action can be determined. Whether or not to consume drugs depends on your brother's condition. The most important thing right now is, try to get your brother to rest until he recovers properly. Do not drive any vehicle during the seizure.
Hopefully this brief explanation can help you. Regards.