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Head injury led to clot. Have memory loss after medication. What can help me?

hi sir i am in india i have some problem my right side head blood clt the doctor told last 2010 i got accedent in both room i feldown that time my head getting pain .the i went to doctor nero science doctor I taken MRI also he told u head get blood clot. so he give some 4 days before i forgot every thing memory lose. now againg i taken MRI also he told u stoped the tablet so that onely problem plz when is slove plz help me sir
Asked On : Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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Hi and thank you so much for this query.

Brain clots is a well documented cause of dementia. there is no treatment to reverse the course of this. Best treatment would have been a timely intervention to relief the condition. However, at this time supportive measures to help you ope with the day to day activities would be the best next option. There is no way to restore lost memory from conditions like these.

I hope this helps. I wish you well.
Feel free to request for more information if need be.
Dr. Ditah, MD
Answered: Sun, 24 Nov 2013
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