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Followed by a seizure, my wife was diagnosed with Glibastoma 4 with inoperable tumors on left and frontal lobe. She has finished 6 weeks RT with Temodol. She is on Livipril 1000 tbd, Lacosamide 100 tbd and Dexa 4 mg tbd (to be tapered down to 4 mg once). From next week her 5/23 cycle for Temodol will start. Her main issue loss of language and speech that started with seizure has still not improved a bit. Besides location of tumors, Which of these drugs may most likely be contributing to neuro deficit? Can some symptomatic drug be used to get her back to speech n language issues? Can Nootropics or adhd drugs such as concert help or be tried without side effects. Will the adjuvant 5/23 temodol help in nuerodeficit recovery in due course? Does speech therapy help in tumor induced language and speech loss? Help from Allopathic, Homeopathic and Ayurvedic physicians is requested.

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Unfortunately this is a complex problem with a poor prognosis. I think you are already doing what allopathy would be able to, it would do no harm to try alternative forms as well. The drugs she is taking are likely to contribute to her deficit. It is the tumor thats doing it.
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There is no medicine to give speech and language. Speech and language therapy is the only solution to improve her communication.
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