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10/02/2018 11:07:16
Peter O
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Hi Geoff
I am 75 next month and had a very similar stroke 10 years ago. Whole right side was paralysed , had slurred speech eye sight in right eye and memory were all affected. Good news is I am completely recovered except memory is not as spontaneous, I could not tell you the street I lived in but that's no problem now.

Peter
05/02/2018 19:36:38
Deigh
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It is very important that you say how long ago the stroke occurred. The worst time is the first few months, but working to effect repairs should start immediately.
Deigh

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Born 1929 in Gosport Hants. 50 years ago emigrated to New Zealand with wife and 3 small boys. Never regretted it.
Deigh
20/09/2016 23:12:29
yellsah2
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i would like to contact people who care for people who have suffered this type of stroke"" Ischemic stroke ""
reason , my friend had such a stoke , memory , words , body movement , speech , any struggle to pronunciate sound was way off , all gone ,
positioning of right - left body movement gone , he didnt know what right or left meant , nothing , but conscious . yes conscious , and he knew in his brain , he was not himself.
This he indicated to me , i,m looking for the idea of recovery , time , level of , whatever info anyone can share

one hell of a question i know , painful , hard to get an intellectual grip of , but i will not walk away
and therefore i,m searching for something, some knowledge , information ,

a rubbish email i know , how does one speak about what one knows nothing about , but i,m trying .

any advise regards Geoff
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