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Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   my mother-in-law is in chennai. she is around 80. She has been moving around slowly. Suddenly, after shifting to a new place sshe complaints of weakness, unable to walk and started passing XXXXXXXX urin and motion where she is... no doctor can visit the home, and ambulance cant come to the street beecauase the street is dug up fully at Chromepet... we do not know the dimension of the problem yet ..

Doctor :   HI
User :   Hi
Doctor :  
Let me read your query
User :   ok
Doctor :   how many times did pass urine/ stool in the same place.
Doctor :  
Is it she on her own will?
User :   ishe is on her own will
Doctor :  
these are signs of stroke, take her to hospital
User :   she is not able to move
Doctor :  
Carry her.
User :   shee is able to apply ointment herself
Doctor :  
She can do minor things. to know the magnitude of the condition. you have to take her to hospital
User :   the patient is alone with her daughter and no medical help is possible, the road is dug up and she is shivering and is taking a lot of water
User :   no ambulance can come
Doctor :   Nothing can be done at home. You have to take her to hospital immediately
User :   she is talking to herself
User :   she is totally unable to move
Doctor :  
You have to take her some how.
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