My Mother Experienced A Rupture Of Blood Vessels In Her Brain?
Good afternoon, I want to ask … first in 2014 my mother had a stroke due to blockage of blood vessels, until the month of 2019, my mother’s condition was able to walk just not like normal people in general, her right leg and right hand were still difficult to in motion … on 8 mth 2019 I don’t really know the exact date because my position is still doing practical studies on the ship, my mother fell so it makes it difficult for her to be unable to walk and talk the condition continued until the end of mth 1 year 2019 .. at first my mother just vomited and suddenly fell unconscious … then she was brought to the nearest hospital, based on the results of the doctor that my mother’s blood vessels burst, so the doctor with the cpt could take surgery … after surgery until now about 10 days lying in the ICU room … my mother still hasn’t realized, it’s just that my mother’s eyes are open, but can’t do anything, just swallowed can, seeing my mother breathe it looks very difficult, and my mother always snores … my question is whether my mother is okay? Is that a normal process for people suffering from illness like my mother?
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There is a history of previous strokes and your mother is having a second stroke with the result of a bleeding stroke so that surgery and care procedures are performed in the ICU, so generally what your mother experiences is a process of travel due to a stroke due to her stroke, especially the second stroke and is currently a bleeding stroke.
Bleeding stroke is more severe than the blockage of stroke, patients can experience symptoms of unconsciousness and weakness of half the body and risk to the safety of his soul. The presence of bleeding that appears in parts of the brain can affect brain function and blood can accumulate in parts of the brain that can force the brain which ultimately increases damage to related brain parts. Blood supply cannot enter the brain, oxygen does not reach the brain optimally and brain nutrition cannot reach the brain optimally, so that damage to the brain and damage to brain function occur with various implications.
The recovery process of a bleeding stroke is usually longer than a blockage stroke, and the sequelae of the bleeding stroke usually also take longer to recover. The average patient with a bleeding stroke can experience recovery in about 30 days. However, recovery time also varies for each individual, however, the most important implications of acute attacks today still need to be controlled and monitored by the treating doctor. Respiratory function, awareness, fluid and nutritional intake, disease control that accompanies it, heart function and blood flow as well as maintaining a good part of the brain and preventing widespread brain damage. All of this is a natural process that takes place in the process of this sick journey, as experienced by your mother.
However, you need to discuss all of this with the treating doctor, because after all, only the treating doctor understands your mother's clinical condition and the current treatment process. By having a direct discussion, you and your family will understand the doctor's plans and follow-up care efforts.
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