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Extradural haematoma in right temporal fossa, subdural haematoma in right fronto parietal region, perifocal oedoma in left temporal region after head injury, taking medicines, drowsiness. Normal?

my mother age 60 she mat with an accident and sustain several brain injury she was immediate unconscious and after 5 day she conscious her injury detail as below EXTRADURAL HEMATOMA IN RIGHT TEMPROL FOSSA TEMPORAL FOSSA WITH SUBDURAL HEMATOMA IN RT FRONTO PARIETAL REGION WITH HEMORRHAGIC CONTUSIONS WITH PERIFOCAL OEDEMA IN LT TEMPORAL REGION WITH LEFT WRIST COLEYS# Prescribed medicines TAZLOK 40 1 IN A DAY NICARDIA RETARD 20 THREE TIME IN A DAY REVELOL XL50 TWICE A DAY AMLONG 5 MG TWICE A DAY STROCIT PLUS TWICE A DAY VAlPROL CR 500 TWICE A DAY RANTAC 150 TWICE A DAY Now her problem is that after taking medicine she feel drowsy so is it possible and this medicine is proper for her?
Asked On : Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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Hello and thanks for writing in at HCM
As per your mail you are taking lot of antihypertensive medication to control the bloop pressure along with anti epileptic drugs and drowsiness is the most common symptoms of these medication and after Head Injury. Also wants to know the duration of injury?
Try to reduce to salt intake and take low sodium diet.
If possible do regular exercise or physiotherapy.
try to keep yourself active and busy in some work like reading books or watching TV etc in which you are interested.
In EDH and SHD patient we have to keep the blood pressure in normal limits so change you life style and diet which control your BP and consult your doctor for revising the treatment for Hypertension.
Hope this will help you out.
Best Wishes
Answered: Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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