my brother had head injury last year on 9th june 2010 with accident. after that he got infection in his brain fluid and its takes so long to recover that infection, it was almost 3 months while that time doctors did shunting even couple times and in october he went come and he is still on bed, moving one side very nice but the other side have no movement and the strange thg is he always have his face towards left side and his movement is also in left side. we tried hard to tell him to have ur face straight but he doesn't understand that , even we try to make him stand and to sit but when we make him to stand his face always goes down and he is unable lift it in both situations,, my family tries hard on his daily basis and we want him to recover fast , do u guys have any suggestion for him and any how long recovery gone take till he will be on his own foots.
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