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sensation after stroke

I experienced a stroke at the age of 32un  years.    It was a Hemmorrghic stroke.  I have gotten about maybe 50% function back.  But I do not currently have much sensation on my left side.  My question is any ideas on getting sensation back.  Is there something I could do to hurry it along.  It's been about 15 months since my stroke.
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241234 tn?1220980556
Your doctor should be up-to-date on research but if not.
I didn't have this problem but in my research I found this on thermal stimulation.[url]http://myweb.ncku.edu.tw/~fzshaw/ASA.pdf[/url]
researchers found that cycles of heat and cold significantly enhanced the
sensory and motor function in the arms and hands of stroke survivors after a few weeks of
therapy.
Dean
1202275 tn?1265479068
I'm dealing with the-same issue,a loss of sensation on my left side, I'm 42 and have regained most of my physical-strength, but my sensory-loss is no longer improving and I don't know what to do to improve my chances for a 100%recovery
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