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Left occipital infarct, haemorrhagic contusion hypertension, headache, ecosprin, stamlo, levipill, pantocid, somagina

my mother released from rtiics multidisiplinary health care destination as a patient of left occipital infract with hemorrhagic contusion hypertension form 28th march.medicine continuing ,tab ecosprin(75mg), stamlo 5mg, ,levipil 500mg, pantocid 40mg, somagina 500mg, syr duphalac. but some hedach in fore head is continuing. advice me what can i do? stool not passing. but urine is passing,
Asked On : Wed, 4 Apr 2012
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If your mother had hemorrhagic contution really, ECOSPRIN should be stopped.( but may be you are telling old scan report which is not the present situation). Give P-ENEMA( per rectal) for constipation. She should be allright with time. Mobilise out of bed as much as possible.

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