Overcoming Amnesia Due To Stage 2 Brain Cancer?
, my friend has stage 2 brain cancer (last examination) now he has lost his memory but not all of them, before his head was formed on the right back (where the cancer was), initially he did not know me but I reminded him that he finally remembered again, but what I was worried about He also forgot about his own disease, while he was sentenced to brain cancer for about 2 years and recently a week ago he was positive for leukemia, what I’m worried about is he keeps asking what is he sick and I can’t answer him to keep him mentally, what should I do? do? considering he does not forget his own illness and feels no pain ..
Brain cancer can be of various types and types. Brain cancer can also occur in various parts of the brain, so the symptoms caused by brain cancer can be different. Some of the symptoms that can be caused by brain cancer include:
pain in the head blurred vision fainting / self-conscious difficulty speaking / difficulty understanding speech paralyzed memory loss from a situation your friend is experiencing, memory loss that your friend is experiencing may be due to head cancer. Cancer of the brain can cause forgetting both short-term memory and long-term memory.
If your friend asks you about the disease he is experiencing, then if you feel unable to answer then you should discuss it with your friend's family. Because your friend's family is the most appropriate to tell the disease directly.
Therefore, it is recommended that your friends consult and check directly with a neurologist, so that the doctor can check your friend's condition regularly and can monitor your friend's health development.
here is an article that you can read about brain cancer
may be useful. Thank you