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Blood clotting in left brain, please help

Hi, My Mom's BP suddenly shot very high due to which she had blood clotting in her left brain and turn in to paralysis of her right side... Her age is 46 and luckily she remembers everything... but still wanna check how much time it'll take to recover.. I don't know much of it but heard that till the tym clotting is there in mind.. she won't be able to recover from current situation.. Is it so...?? and is there any risk post removing clotting from her mind..?? Will it effect to her mind also..?? Your prompt reply will be appreciated... Thanks Natasha Gupta
Asked On : Sun, 31 Jan 2010
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  Anonymous's Response

there is a formation of clot and that has caused death of brain cells so to compensate the bp has gone high. once there is death of the brain cells she will not recover from function of  the lost portion completely. anyways she will recover from the acute episode in a month time and what ever she will recover that will happen within 6 months time. there is notheing to do with the clot now, only thing you should see is there is no such development of the clot again.

Answered: Sun, 31 Jan 2010
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But i heard that clot can be dilluted properly from medicines... and please let me know what are those functions in her case which she can't recover post this cloting over....? what'll be the side effects of the same..?? will it effect to her memory ot anything..?? Natasha

Answered: Tue, 2 Feb 2010
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