What Drug Is Suitable For Blood Clots Caused By A Motorcycle Accident?
Night. I was after a motorcycle accident at that time. But I don’t remember anything. Like forgotten memories. After 3 days of the accident just realized and returned again as before. Only I have a constant headache and blurred vision. Already checked into the nearest hospital and the doctor said. There is a blood clot in the brain. I want to ask. What medicine is suitable for sufferers like me
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The presence of blood clots in the brain, is not a condition of certain diseases. Usually, blood clots in the brain are distinguished from the cause, whether it is due to head trauma, ruptured blood vessels or disruption of the structure of the blood vessels themselves, and from the location of the bleeding. There are locations called epidural, subdural, and sub arachnoid from the brain, all of which have their own treatment methods.
Furthermore, the estimated cc of blood clots, and the patient's clinical condition also determines what treatment will be given. If the bleeding extends, surgery may be needed, but if it is small, it can be left alone absorbed by the body. Other options such as blood-thinning medication can also be given, but again, it must be adjusted to the patient's condition.
Therefore, in fact the most able to answer your question is a neurologist or neurosurgeon. If you have previously been treated by the doctor, ask him what treatment options you should take and if you have not previously been treated by the doctor, immediately check yourself by bringing all the results of the examination. Because even if we can clearly state the treatment, you still need the help of a doctor to get it because the medicine cannot be obtained freely. Once again, it is important for you to check yourself immediately.
In the meantime, you should not drive or operate heavy objects first as long as the follow-up has not been done, and as much as possible do not let yourself be alone without supervision. If there are alarming conditions such as vomiting, loss of consciousness, etc., ask someone else to immediately take you to the nearest hospital emergency room. So, hopefully answering your question.