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What is the best course of treatment for a Herpes simplex encephalitis patient to recover lost memory ?

Respected sir, My mother is suffering from herpes encephalitis since 20th oct 2010.She lost her memory. her treatment is as below (at present)- Tab. Quel -25 (Quetiaine 25 mg) BD Tab. Donamem -5 (Memantine Hydrochloride 5 mg & Donepezil Hydrochloride 5 mg) BD Cap. Becosul –Z BD Cap. Levipil 500 & 750 mg BD Syrp. Dilantin 300 mg (12 ml on sleeping time) Syrp. Cyp-L (5 ml One time only) Inj. Unicobal 500 mg (Methylcobalmin 500 mg + Benzyl Alchol 2%) Dose 1 three weeks please help and guide me so that my mother can recover her lost memory as soon as possible thanking you
Asked On : Sun, 26 Jun 2011
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Answered: Tue, 28 Jun 2011
Pediatrician Dr. Aseem's  Response
welcome to HCM.
read your prob, after herpes encephalitis cured , all brain functions become normal.
meanwhile if any permanent damage of brain occur, such type of prob persist.
you should get contrast MRI brain, for rule out which part of brain involved yet.
prognosis depends upon that. consult your treating doc.
Dr aseem
Answered: Sun, 26 Jun 2011
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