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Had paralytic stroke. Taking Neuroleptic-m, echo sprain. High blood pressure. Suggestions?

I had an paralytic stroke this capsules prescribed to me is the medicine right ,which way it will help me doctor sir.
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I had paralytic stroke on 2 nd October 2012. My left side is paralysed and has no motoring action. I have prescribed neuroleptic-m capsules poten 75 mg and echo sprain 150 mg. when I had this stroke I was suffering from high blood pressure. Your advice doctor sir. I am 65 year old retired naval officer ,lives in Mumbai India.
Asked On : Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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Both the medicines that have been prescribed to you are correct. Ecosprin will decrease the chances of any clot formation and Neuroleptic- M will help in regeneration of the nerves as much as possible.
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Dr. Praveen Tayal
Answered: Fri, 17 May 2013
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