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Abnormal brain size, blindness, limping. Taking Anticogulant. Underwent decompression surgery for blood clot. Treatment for blindness, limping?

Hi, My name is Vipin Pandey. My brother, age 30, got blood clot and underwent decompression surgery after that in may,2012. His brain isin it s normal size now. But he is out of his memory , can t see and most importantly, his left leg and right hand starts limping with pain after 6-7 hours of taking anticogulant (Acitrom 3 and 4, alternate days) which lasts for 2 hrs. please advise something for these symptoms ( blindness and limping). Thanks.
Asked On : Fri, 31 Aug 2012
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It is not clear from your description regarding the type of clotting that has occurred in your brother's brain. Depending on the area of damage, deficits are seen in patients. In your brother probably the area needed for vision has been damaged. The pain in hands and legs needs to be examined by a doctor for any conclusion. It is however unlikely to be related to acitrom. Once damaged, the brain recovers function slowly over months. you need to give him regular treatment and medical care.
Good luck.
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