Please find my answers -
1)Is the rehabilitation necessary and which are the specialist she should be seeing and things she should do
Rehabilitation is the most vital component following any brain surgery. So it must be continued unless y our treating doctor's says that it's of no use. It will improve her coordination, help in her self belief and promote the healing.
2) What are the chances of recovery and the time line
Chances of recovery looks good, as far as the progress you have mentioned to me.
But timelines can't be told about the same, as it's course is unpredictable.
Feel free to discuss more.
Yes, thank you. Your response was very helpful.
One more question:).
After the operation she had a MRI and it should some blood was left there. The doctor said was not a blood cloth. It is 5 cm big which is preatty byg. the doctor said we should we wait on it a couple more months and not do anythign about. I am worried that :
1) the blood could damage the brain more or block the veins (sorry, I am not a doctor). I need to know if I am getting the correct answer or she should have an operation removing the blood or some kind of medication.
Thank you for your help.:)
Well if the treating doctor has identified the same and still asked you to wait and watch, then we got to trust him and wait.
Please feel free to discuss more with me as a fresh post.
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