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Brain Stroke

Hi,

My Mom is been hospitalised from
last 2 months.
She is diabetic ,BP , hypertension patient.
She had brain stroke left side of her brain before 2 months and right side of her brain before 3 yrs. She is slightly unconscious sometimes , moves her right hand and leg , can't move left , she can't open mouth when asked to and can't talk.
She was on venilator for a month and a surgery is done called tracheostomy.
She is having pilestoo.
She is emoitional, moody and frightens sometimes .

Please guide me for her recovery.
 
  rd123 on 2013-10-08
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