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What treatment should be given for a depression patient with half of the body paralyzed ?

issue to getway after injury in head dry blood clot ,for dipression patient my cousin half part getting parlyzed due to 3 month injury in right head portion, he is patient of dipression ,is memory getting weak,suggest me
Asked On : Tue, 5 Apr 2011
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If these symptoms are since 3 months and started after injury to head it needs to be considered as really important & get investigated.If your cousin is getting paralysed please consult a Neurophysician first if all investigations & report say that there is no neurological damage then nothing to worry.As for depression it is seen in some cases that post injury to head there occur few changes in personality in some people ;also memory can get affected.If it is not neurological then consult a Psychiatrist who will help your cousin by counselling or if required he can prescribe some medicines for this problem.
Wish him a speedy recovery.
Answered: Tue, 5 Apr 2011
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