my granfather was taken to hospital 3 weeks ago they thought he had had a stoke they found bialateral subdural heamatoma he has had them drained and is in recovery he was totaly lucid but now is rarely awake and rarely lucid he has also stuggling to move his left arm and leg but his left eye is weeping and drooping and the left side of his mouth is drooping more so when is sleeping but they say he did not have a stroke is this normal and i know that his recovery will not be quick and will have good and bad days but should it have gone down so much he has had another CT scan and it was clear of blood apart from a few spots of old blood.
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You need a second opinion or a second evaluation for your grandfather. Either the hematoma has recurred causing pressure symptoms, or there is an infection, or a mini stroke or even benign intracranial hypertension (BIH). All these can cause neurological symptoms. Of these, BIH can involve multiple cranial nerves and this could be the reason for drooping of mouth and eyes, and weeping eyes etc. In addition, your grandfather could also be having Bell's Plasy.
Please discuss all this with his neurologist, and if need be, take a second opinion. Take care!
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