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Brain stroke, taking Acitrom, high sugar level, headache. What to do?

hi,my father is on acitrom therapy .He got a stroke on 20 th april.At that time he was on warf 6 mg daily. He got a brain stroke on 20 th april at that time his inr was 1.24.after the stroke his inr fallen to 1 and then he started acitrom. now his inr is 1.91 but his sugar level is very high ( fasting 200 and pp 310) .he is having headache too.please suggest me what to do
Asked On : Tue, 8 May 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern, if this is cerebral stroke then your father would be having some headache for some time and no need to worry about this the tight control of blood glucose level is very important and the controlling of blood pressure otherwise keep continue the medicine as it is for the headache he may be given "Tab Acetaminophen only when needed, hope this information helps you, take good care of your father, have nice day.
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