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Blood clot in brain can not speak

Dear Drs, its sekar, yesterday morning after getting up in the morning my aunty[F-52years] not able to speak properly.General doctor told, due cold she is getting trouble in speaking and adviced medicines for 2 days. Due to doubt today morning we went to the neurologist for checkup, after CT scan he told that blood clot in brain and he advised medicine for a week. asked us to come next Thursday. i just wants to confirm whether we are in correct treatment? Plz advice.
Asked On : Fri, 1 Apr 2011
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Hi Sekar, Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum.
Your Aunty is having Dysarthria which is a motor speech disorder which occurs after brain injury following stroke. You haven't mentioned if she is Diabetic or Hypertensive? Going by her health history i feel she has suffered a Brain Attack (Stroke) which a CT scan has confirmed according to your Neurologist. She may be on right medications, Kindly let me know which are they?
Good Luck and Wishing early recovery to your Aunt.
Take Care.
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Anybody there to advice me plz????
Answered: Fri, 1 Apr 2011
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