Hello.I have a big problem.I need your help.My husband has a brain hematoma, I can not say exactly what it is, but small in size.The bottom line is that it is constantly tormented by terrible headaches, says that compresses the brain, sometimes like an awl stuck in his head ... He began to forget a lot of things.The worst thing is that it can start to behave very strangely recently behaved like a child, happy all over, like playing snowballs and throw out the window, was jumping, embarrassed, when I kissed him, asking when we will go to visit and allchildish spirit.Our friend, he did not know and kept saying that he was someone calls and you need to go.It seemed to him that someone was standing next to, and he wants to go there, even though it was just a hallucination ...
Today behaved extremely roughly and strongly repelled me was terribly aggressive.After that, he usually feels unbearable pain in the head does not remember anything and that he did.I offered him an operation, but h
your husband, according to the complaints, epidural or subdural hematoma, since it is at these kinds of hematomas is the availability of "lucid intervals" with a consequential increase in headaches.Unfortunately, you have not written, how long is diagnosed if it was done CT or MRI, has carried out whether any treatment.Therefore, I advise something concrete is very problematic.
If the hematoma is not very big, depending on the location, the patient is assigned to conservative treatment, but as a rule, it should be carried out in a hospital under the supervision of specialists.Appointment of corticosteroids and diuretics fits the state, but depending on the size and location of the hematoma only a doctor can give an overall assessment of the status and determine the method of treatment.Thus it is necessary to know the cause of the hematoma, as post-traumatic hematoma therapy differs from the treatment of intracerebral hematoma as a result of hemorrhage (stroke).
In your case, you can not postpone solution for tomorrow or hope for a "maybe", it is necessary as soon as possible to apply to a good neurologist, be patient and comply with all its recommendations.The recovery period after the hematoma can be quite lengthy.
The longer you doubt, look questionable outputs and save her husband's visit to the doctor-neurologist and rely on the advice of "knowing" amateurs, the more unpredictable and irreversible consequences might be.Like this?Share with friends and acquaintances: