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Any Major Head surgery will take a minimum of 3 months for complete recovery.Kindly do not worry, your symptoms will gradually subside and you should be alright by 6 months. Just take your Medicines as directed by your Doctor and go for regular follow up. Get adequate rest.
Wish you Speedy recovery and Good Health, Take Care.
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