("") You deserve a big bear hug! ("")
I had a sroke at 48. other than feeling like I had an icepick sticking my eye for about 2 seconds, there was no pain at all ever.
The support of my siblings was by far the best of the situation.
Firstly, if his left side was weakened...perhaps, but not always...he may regain use.
like wise all the medication must be really regulated,keep him on it, keep it regular, keep it good.
Make sure to check for drug interaction...suddenly, my sleeping pill reacted to plavix, and I became hostile.
If he has weakness on right side...it is most likely permanent.
But, friends and family mattered most.
Thanks for letting me share
hey sorry to hear about ur father.i hope ur doin fine.god bless his soul.its about my friend & almost 9months post his stroke he's still struggling with his vision i just wish he recover soon.hope for best.thanks for ur reply.i appreciate that.
I am in the same boat now that you were in in 2007. My Grandmother had a massive stroke on Friday, left side of the brain. Can you tell me how your mother is and when you started to see positive change? Thank you
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