Treatment Of Right Brain Swelling Due To Ruptured Blood Vessels?
Hello. My father experienced swelling of the right brain due to a ruptured blood vessel. Can it recover
Hello Wahyu, Thank you for the question.
What symptoms did your father experience? Rupture of brain blood vessels is one of the causes of stroke. Stroke is a condition of disruption of blood flow in the brain that can be caused by blockage of blood vessels (ischemic stroke) or rupture of blood vessels of the brain (hemorrhagic stroke). This interruption of blood flow can cause interference with brain function. In hemorrhagic stroke, symptoms that can be experienced by sufferers are severe headaches, nausea, vomiting, warmth, loss of consciousness, paralysis of the body, impaired speech, impaired remembering, looking confused, and impaired vision. Symptoms experienced by sufferers depend on which part of the brain is affected. The presence of bleeding in the brain can also cause brain swelling.
Treatment for this condition must be done as soon as possible to avoid further complications. The treatment that will be given by a doctor basically aims to stop the bleeding and prevent further damage. For cases that are relatively mild, the doctor will give medicines for very severe cases, the doctor can recommend surgery. Whether your father's condition can recover or not depends on the severity of the stroke and brain damage that has occurred. Due to limited information regarding your father's condition, I'm sorry I cannot provide more clear information. The most appropriate step is to consult a neurologist / neurosurgeon who deals with your father because the doctor is more aware of your father's current condition. Feel free to ask your doctor and other medical teams if you and your family have further questions.
Hopefully this information helps you.