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Paralysis due to brain fever after birth. Any treatment?

My brother is 14 years old. His body is completely paralysed as he had brain fever after few hours of his birth. Doctors have taken his Born Marrow for treatment in Kalawati Hospital when he was 5 days old, after that they saved his life but he lost control on his body. We have shown him to many doctors but failed every time. Sir we just want that he can walk on his own feet as he is not happy with this kind of life. Sir I just want to know is there any treatment for such patient so that they can live little normal life
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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I am very sorry to note that he had such a problem early in his life.
The options available are intensive rehabilitation, occupational therapy
Unfortunately there are no medicines that can make a dramatic recovery
The rehabilitation will help him recover slowly

Please check the local rehabilitation centers and get their opinion

Best wishes

Answered: Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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