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My mother aged 61 years, is a tb meningitis patient from past one and half month. She is bed ridden since then and even food is given through food pipe. There is little moment in right leg only. Medicines given to her, r cinex 600/300 mg, levipil 500 mg, benadon, combutol 1000 mg, pyzina 1250 mg, ecosprin gold 20. Duolin respules every 8 hours and food every 3 hours, suction to remove phlegm is done morning and in night, she has LRTI and infarcts with GTCS. My question is she will be able to move, talk and eat on by herself and how long will it take to recover and what are her survival chances?

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Very difficult to comment.If she have yet not regained consciousness and having fits then prognosis remains gaurded
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