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My mother in law had brain hemorrhage on 15.10. 2015 at 10pm she is a bp & sugar patient. Her bp was 210 that day. She was in coma for 5 days, she started responding to the medication and so was sent home. She has one side paralysis with speech lost and mental faculties not functioning properly and also facial paralysis. Now she is under same medication of alopress, gylcerol & rosulip. She has stared speaking bit but all humbug, she has 2% movement in her hind and leg and her facial paralysis has also been gone 80% we have put her under magnet therapy through acupressure. Now shall we go for any neuro surgery or shall remain no the same treatment or say rehabilitation please suggest.

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Dear, since patient is on conservative treatment and now improving so there is no role of surgery now. Its better to repeat a ct scan and see that how the clot is behaving. Continue conservative treatment and regular physiotherapy.
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