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Father got paralysis stroke(acute haematoma and lacunar infarct)

Dear Sir,
My father is 80 years and a diabetic since many years.
He had paralysis in the left part of the body but today morning he got another stroke and now got paralysed in full body.He is also unable to talk.
However he is able to recognize,listen and understand.
We got him admitted him in the local hospital.
He underwent CT Scan report is attached
Doc is also giving him some antibiotic and kept him under ICU.

I would appreciate any feedback and advice on this.


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Hi, understand your anxiety. Is he on blood thinners? As he has got a hemorrhagic stroke. Treatment of hemorrhagic stroke focuses on controlling the bleeding and reducing the pressure on the brain. Sometimes surgical interventions may be needed to control the bleeding. If there is no further active bleeding you can be optimistic. Good luck with his therapy. Regards.
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