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Numbness on right side, lost sensations. MRI detected hemorrhage, taking concor. What shall I do?

I am 37 male,last Friday suddenly I feel numbness on my right side,I lost the sensations at all but I. Can move every things, I went to the hospital and a CT scan done any they found acute thalamic bleeding on the left side,I been admitted to the ICU for 3 days (tegratol,neoropean). I changed the hospital on day 4, MRI done any they found the hemorrhage there but smaller in size, origin of bleeding was from vein . they start giving me concor 10 and dexa nathozone, for 4 days. now I am at home with concor 5 and neuropean for one month, I am: not over weighted, non alcoholics,no hypertension,no cholesterol ,not diabetic. I need to why this happens with me and what shall I do in order to investigate my self. I am still feel numbness but I can fully controlled every things.
Asked On : Mon, 25 Feb 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Jan 2013
Thanks for posting your query.
With the available described symptoms, it can be concluded that you are suffering from acute hemorrhagic stroke.
Symptoms depends on the type of nerves fibres affected by stroke.
If motor fibres are affected then patient may feel weakness in affected limbs.
If sensory fibres are involve (as thalamus is a relay site of different types of sensory fibres) may cause loss of sensation or excessive sensory feeling.
Hemorrhagic strokes are more serious as compared to infarct.
Hemorrhagic stroke from vein could be due to arteriovenous malformations.
Hemorrhagic stroke from arteries is due to increased blood pressure with rupture.
You should remain in touch with your treating doctor and take proper treatment.
Recovery may take 4-6 months.
Take care,
Dr. Mayank Bhargava
Answered: Mon, 25 Feb 2013
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