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Hemiparesis post injury, feel a bit heavy with persisting neurological problems, progressing day by day but slowly. When will I recover fully?

hi i have suffered an injury through my brain in the right piece of it wich resulted in hemiparesis in my left side. 3 months passed the injury, i am getting better but not like before . i still find my self a little bit heavier and still have neurological problems but what u need to know is that everyday is passing by i feel a little bit better than before but i am progressing so slowly. may i know when i will be 100 % back normal ?? thank you
Asked On : Sat, 21 Apr 2012
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Hi there.

Thanks for the query.

Since after the injury you are not getting worse but progressively better, it is a good sign of only temporary neuron loss. This means recovery will take place. Regarding 100% recovery, it is highly difficult t comment because this depends very much on your original disability stats. If the grade of disability is lesser the chance of full recovery is excellent.

It is best to stay positive and do daily exercise to increase the strength of your muscles very gradually and not forcefully.

Wishing speedy recovery.


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