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hemorrhagic stroke recovery
My 82 year old father had a hemorrhagic stroke about a month ago and now is in a skilled nursing facility. He suffered paralysis on his left side, trouble swallowing and cognitive damage. He has shown some sides of improvement in his left leg and can raise his left arm but no usage yet with it. Today the health care worker tried to wake him and they had a very difficult time doing this, they finally were able to wake him up. My question is, is this a sign of something more serious?
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