my friend is 30 yrs old.. he had 4 yrs ago headache ,,again in last week he got severe headache .. but he thougt it is synscious problem.. now it is found out that it is blood clot in the brain...he is operated in Ramaya hospital...i want to know about his future life ..how it will be.
Hi there. A blood clot is formed in the brain due to bleeding that take place in the area between the skull and the brain. Common causes of blood clot in brain are head injury, bleeding problems, etc.
Symptoms of blood clot in brain are seizures, headaches, confusion, speaking difficulties, paralysis, blindness, depression etc. The treatment for blood clot in brain depends on the cause of the clot. Your friend could be having a stroke when vessels supplying blood to the brain are blocked, interrupting blood flow leading to cell death. Depending on the area involved, this can lead to specific loss of functions like speech, movement and memory. The prognosis of your friend’s condition depends on how much time has been lost without resuscitation after he sustained a brain stroke. This would decide the permanent neurological loss. Take care.
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