The Medicine For Shingles On The Face To The Left Scalp.?
, my mother is 66 years old. Since December 2018 my mother had herpes on half of her face to the left scalp. Thank God gradually recovered, but still felt senut2 in her head. My mother complained that her eyes were uncomfortable. Worried about herpes about her eyes, on Tuesday Sunday they were brought under control to the eye center. Around Thursday, my mother complained that she was very sore using EC eye drops and had blurred vision. Then on Saturday afternoon we found out that my mother was not connecting. Her vocabulary was random, and we didn’t understand what she said. thank God physically, it looks like my mother is gpp, you can still walk, you can wear your own clothes. Is that included in the symptoms of a mild stroke huh? What should we do in caring for her mother in the future? Thank you
Shingles is a disease caused by a viral infection. Shingles can occur in adults or elderly people. Shingles usually reactivates from varicella zoster (chickenpox) infection. Shingles can cause symptoms such as redness accompanied by lumps of bouncy lumps, pain on one side of the body (depending on the affected location), fever, headache, to burning sensation.
From the situation that your mother is experiencing, not being able to speak / speak inconveniently may be caused by a stroke. Herpes usually does not cause symptoms of speech difficulty or talk disconnected.
Mild strokes can cause symptoms such as disconnect, unable to understand speech, one side of the face tilted, and also weakness in the limbs. Stroke is a disease that must be examined by a doctor directly.
But other than that, your mother's condition can also be caused by other causes such as:
complications of shingles
impaired speech center
therefore, to determine the cause of your mother's condition, it is better for your mother to go directly to the doctor for nerve specialist, so that the doctor can examine your mother's condition directly.
The following article you can read about stroke
may be useful. thank you