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Does stroke affect coordination?

Does stroke affect coordination?

Although strokes are less common in the cerebellum area, the effects can be severe. Four common effects of strokes in the cerebellum include: Inability to walk and problems with coordination and balance (ataxia) Dizziness.

How long does it take to physically recover from a stroke?

The rate of recovery is generally greatest in the weeks and months after a stroke. However, there is evidence that performance can improve even 12 to 18 months after a stroke.

How is my husband doing after a stroke?

A week later, he had a stroke, which also effected the left lobe of his brain. This was 6 weeks ago. He is now in a nursing home getting therapy. Sometimes I see him, we have good conversations., 2 days later he’s all confused and isn’t making any sense.

What happens in the days and months after a stroke?

The Days and Months After a Stroke. Problems that Occur After a Stroke. There are many problems that may happen after a stroke. Most are common and will improve with time and rehabilitation. Common physical conditions after a stroke include: Weakness, paralysis, and problems with balance or coordination.

Why are we seeing him regress after stroke?

Why are we seeing him regress? Answer: It’s not necessarily unusual to see a stroke patient’s condition fluctuate in the first few days after stroke, but make sure that the MD’s/nurses are aware of any changes so that they can monitor the patient.

Is it possible for a stroke to recur?

Question: In the 3 and 1/2 years since my husband had a severe left side affected stroke, he has had an annual recurrence necessitating a hospital stay & lengthy rehab. He has not had another stroke, but the old stroke site has been irritated, the most recent as after a pilgrimage to Lourdes.

A week later, he had a stroke, which also effected the left lobe of his brain. This was 6 weeks ago. He is now in a nursing home getting therapy. Sometimes I see him, we have good conversations., 2 days later he’s all confused and isn’t making any sense.

The Days and Months After a Stroke. Problems that Occur After a Stroke. There are many problems that may happen after a stroke. Most are common and will improve with time and rehabilitation. Common physical conditions after a stroke include: Weakness, paralysis, and problems with balance or coordination.

Why are we seeing him regress? Answer: It’s not necessarily unusual to see a stroke patient’s condition fluctuate in the first few days after stroke, but make sure that the MD’s/nurses are aware of any changes so that they can monitor the patient.

What are the symptoms of balance problems after a stroke?

Vision problems Vision is an important aspect of balance. Visual problems are quite common after stroke. They vary and include difficulty focusing, double vision, eye movement problems and blind patches. See our guide F37, Visual problems after stroke for more information.