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Swelling in abrain hemorrhage - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
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how can i help you?
User :   Hi Doctor
Doctor :  
please proceed with your health query
User :   My wife is 31 year old
User :   On this friday 3 days before, she got abrain hemorrhage
Doctor :   ok

User :   Neurologist, told about two options one is sergery and other is platinum wire codpling
User :   we make the choise of second platinum wire coupling
Doctor :  
ok
User :   it was completed on sunday 8:30 am
User :   but till now there is no positive in pain
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was the hemorrage intracerebral or extra cerebral?
User :   she till have very much pane in back of head
Doctor :   could you type the MRI brain report?
User :   there was no external impact..
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what as the reason for the sudden bleed in brain? was she having high blood pressure?
User :   Doc is saying the nerve vain was week
User :   from birth
Doctor :  
ok
User :   he shows us the node which is got swelling
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Do you have the MRI report impression that makes easier for me to understand
User :   Doc is saying the pain is due to the itching because of blood remain in brain
Doctor :  
YEs
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How is her general condition?
User :   We do not have it now because wife is hospitalize still now
User :   Other things are perfect
Doctor :  
Ok, Did the doctor say anything like SAH ( sub arachnoid hemorrhage)
User :   as she is speaking, Can taste the salt and sugar, and also move the fingures of foot
User :   no
Doctor :  
Ok, can you type in your question here, I shall say if I can answer your question with the information you gave me
User :   so if the pain is due to itching of blood is there in brain , then how will it relief in pain and how much time will it take?
Doctor :  
Ok the blood in the brain is resorbed slowly
User :   ok..
Doctor :  
till then the pain will be there
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That is why the Doctor's put on pain medicines and anti epileptic medicnes
User :   any idea how much time will take
Doctor :  
IT depends on how much is the leak and where is it
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and what type of leak
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That is the reason why I asked the MRI report
User :   can you pls your 3 or 4 question here
User :   those I will ask to doc
Doctor :  
The second reason is the brain is enclosed in a hard skull which has no space in it
User :   and get back to you in some time
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so when there is leak in the form of blood
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there is rise in the pressure
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in the skull
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which can lead to headache
Doctor :   You can ask these questions to the Doctor
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1) What is the diagnosis and the cause of the leak
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2) Take a photocopy of the MRI report
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3) What is the GCS score?
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now
User :   Ok... headache is permanent? or till which time it will be?
Doctor :  
IT will go off
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It is not permanent
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She is just recouping now
Doctor :   Is she having continous headache or intermittent pain?
User :   I will ask this question and get back to you...Any contact no (Phone no) to contact you?
Doctor :   You can come back on chat

Doctor :  
That is easy for both of us
User :   Yeap....Thanks a lot...
Doctor :  
I am Dr. Mazumdar
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You can continue to chat
User :   It is realy nice talk
Doctor :  
Thank you
User :   and releif me a lot
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Is there anything else I can help you
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Please fill the feedback form
User :   not now... But thanks once aagain
Doctor :  
Pleasure talking to you. Let us discuss more in the next chat
Doctor :  
Bye
User :   Bye
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