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Stroke, blood clot on the left side, right side paralysed, piles, redness and swollen anus post continuous stools, prescribed strocit plus. Permanent remedy?

my 76 yr old mother has suffered frm a brain stroke ,there is a blood clot too on her left side of brain.her right part of her body has been paralysed.the problem is that she is passing stool continously after half and hror immediately after we have cleaned her.she has piles problem too and the continous cleaning aggravates her piles problem.that part has gone red and swollen.dr has prescribed her strocit to solve this problem of hers permanently? her speech is also affected. thank you.
Asked On : Wed, 13 Jun 2012
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hi rusika
thanks for ur query on HCM
stroke - blood clot - rt part paralysed
is she taking any medications rt now????
speech affected probably d/t stroke
now ur mom stool passing continuously
and u said also had piles problem
continue strocit
u need to consult a gastro surgeon
proctscopy colonoscopy needs to be done
i think piles been aggravated now
need to properly stage the piles and manage accordingly
surgary is needed for permanent recovery from piles
thank u
u also need to take her to neurologist
bp control is essential to prevent rebleeding in brain along with some other medication
need also physiotherapy for paralysed rt ll be of help though it ll need time
thank u
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