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right side occipital stroke


Posted by Christine J.

My husband had a stroke on the rt.occital brain area either during surgery or shortly after.  I was told that his pulse rate and BP dropped during surgery.  Resting pulse of 60-65 went to 40.  It is possible this is when he had the stroke.  He now has a visual cut on the left side-no peripheral vision. What are the chances this will resolve?   He has no motor skill losses or weakness
 
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As far as I 'm concerned, I'm afraid that modern medicine can do little in stroke recovery, so I suggest you can take some alternative medicine. Meditation, acupuncture, hypnosis, reflexology, herbalmedicine, and so on are all alternative medicine, and I think there must be one can help your husband. My friend's mother caught stroke and we are looking for any treatment to help her. I think Traditional Chinese Medicine should be my best choice. After our searching, oral pellet and massage will improve the condition. We are now considering to take Kangnaowan Pellet, which is a Traditional Chinese Medicine, and also we will do massage to help her recover.
Hope it will help you.
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