Hot Deal Stuttering started overnight, any suggestion what it could be?

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My mom is stuttering/slurring since morning today, never had the slightest problem in speech. She feels she is not able to move her tongue properly, leading to lost words and stuttering. Could it be tongue paralysis? She has persistent high BP since several years. She is 60+
I’m planning to visit a general physician in the evening today.
Any suggestions about what it could be or if I should visit some specialist?

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Paralysis. Go to doctor urgent

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abhijitja wrote:

Paralysis. Go to doctor urgent

And pls dont waste time in taking suggestions. Its due to high bp , paralysed. Before it gets worse , go to specialist/physician

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abhijitja wrote:

Paralysis. Go to doctor urgent

Going right now

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Yes please get medical help immediately. Hope she recovers soon.

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…We r all with u bro..she will be fine soon……
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Look like High BP is culprit.
was she taking properly medicines for high BP?
Best wishes!

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caks2006407 wrote:

Look like High BP is culprit.
was she taking properly medicines for high BP?
Best wishes!

Usually she does but doesn’t bother much if she misses one or two occasionally. Dad has already left for doctor with mom.

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bikidas2060 wrote:

@MSDfan @mas143forever guys please help if possible 🙂

Thanks for the tag….
As she is a known case of hypertension, it looks like a stroke. @cocay get immediate medical help & glad that you are doing. I sincerely hope that I am proved wrong & wishing her a speedy recovery. https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/627462/medium/signs-of-a-stroke.jpg?1595914761

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Wishing she recovers soon.. all the best..

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cocay wrote:

Usually she does but doesn’t bother much if she misses one or two occasionally. Dad has already left for doctor with mom.

My grandfather also shouted at around 2-3am but only I heard it and neglected.Later slurring started from morning but he was ok as it was not very severe and after few days we consulted doctor and after 1-2 yrs he is almost normal now.

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mengade_adi wrote:

My grandfather also shouted at around 2-3am but only I heard it and neglected.Later slurring started from morning but he was ok as it was not very severe and after few days we consulted doctor and after 1-2 yrs he is almost normal now.

My mom didn’t have any problems last night or don’t feel any problems in hands, face or anywhere else but it seems we got an early signal before things complicate. She is also slurring, not severely but it’s not normal speech either so… 

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cocay wrote:

My mom didn’t have any problems last night or don’t feel any problems in hands, face or anywhere else but it seems we got an early signal before things complicate. She is also slurring, not severely but it’s not normal speech either so… 

Seems like a case of stroke. Most cases it occurs suddenly.

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cocay wrote:

My mom didn’t have any problems last night or don’t feel any problems in hands, face or anywhere else but it seems we got an early signal before things complicate. She is also slurring, not severely but it’s not normal speech either so… 

please go to good doctor take reviews from paralysis patients because today is the day when you can control and reduce it later it takes years to recover if untreated.Doctor will give one tablet that needs to be taken daily for avoiding blood clot and pls don’t forget to take it regularly.

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mengade_adi wrote:

please go to good doctor take reviews from paralysis patients because today is the day when you can control and reduce it later it takes years to recover if untreated.Doctor will give one tablet that needs to be taken daily for avoiding blood clot and pls don’t forget to take it regularly.

Mom’s back from the doctor. The doctor doesn’t feel it’s a paralysis  and has given medication primarily for BP etc. He is a very reputed doctor and our whole family consults only him since last 12 years. Somehow, I’m not convinced.
Medication prescribed:
Telma AMH
Amlong 5mg
Grenil
Aziwok 500

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cocay wrote:

Mom’s back from the doctor. The doctor doesn’t feel it’s a paralysis  and has given medication primarily for BP etc. He is a very reputed doctor and our whole family consults only him since last 12 years. Somehow, I’m not convinced.
Medication prescribed:
Telma AMH
Amlong 5mg
Grenil
Aziwok 500

Good if it’s not .If you have doubt you can go for 2nd opinion.As I m not from the medical field I can’t help you more.You can mail reports to local doctor or take online consultation.

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Even when we’re buying a crappy mobile, we look at 2-3 different sites for reviews and opinions, so when it comes to serious issues like us or our cared ones, the moment you feel you’re not satisfied, always consult another doctor.

One doc is never enough, no matter how reputed, specially when you’re not convinced.
I hope he’s correct but there’s no harm in taking a second opinion for your satisfaction.

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coolguy1 wrote:

Even when we’re buying a crappy mobile, we look at 2-3 different sites for reviews and opinions, so when it comes to serious issues like us or our cared ones, the moment you feel you’re not satisfied, always consult another doctor.

One doc is never enough, no matter how reputed, specially when you’re not convinced.
I hope he’s correct but there’s no harm in taking a second opinion for your satisfaction.

i too agree to your point. Please revisit someone else once again.
@cocay

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mrKool_JJ wrote:

i too agree to your point. Please revisit someone else once again.
@cocay

And don’t worry everything would just be fine.
Wishing her speedy recovery.

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cocay wrote:

Mom’s back from the doctor. The doctor doesn’t feel it’s a paralysis  and has given medication primarily for BP etc. He is a very reputed doctor and our whole family consults only him since last 12 years. Somehow, I’m not convinced.
Medication prescribed:
Telma AMH
Amlong 5mg
Grenil
Aziwok 500

My mom BP remains in the range 130-150.
What was your mom BP, kindly inform me so i can also take care

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coolguy1 wrote:

Even when we’re buying a crappy mobile, we look at 2-3 different sites for reviews and opinions, so when it comes to serious issues like us or our cared ones, the moment you feel you’re not satisfied, always consult another doctor.

One doc is never enough, no matter how reputed, specially when you’re not convinced.
I hope he’s correct but there’s no harm in taking a second opinion for your satisfaction.

Agreed.

I visited 4 doctors before we concluded for my Mom surgery.

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3.5g wrote:

My mom BP remains in the range 130-150.
What was your mom BP, kindly inform me so i can also take care

178/93.
This is her normal reading on any day.

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cocay wrote:

178/93.
This is her normal reading on any day.

Thats very high bro shouldn’t have been neglected

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cocay wrote:

Mom’s back from the doctor. The doctor doesn’t feel it’s a paralysis  and has given medication primarily for BP etc. He is a very reputed doctor and our whole family consults only him since last 12 years. Somehow, I’m not convinced.
Medication prescribed:
Telma AMH
Amlong 5mg
Grenil
Aziwok 500

If its only related face, then it will be normal within 7-15 days. Usually patient needs only antihypertensive & multivitamins. Also, if her BP is high range like u stated, then no worries. But i think there must be aspirin or clopidogrel tab should be added with follow up consultation. Also, its a warning sign. If doctor is your regular family physician , then no worries. He will take care.

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abhijitja wrote:

If its only related face, then it will be normal within 7-15 days. Usually patient needs only antihypertensive & multivitamins. Also, if her BP is high range like u stated, then no worries. But i think there must be aspirin or clopidogrel tab should be added with follow up consultation. Also, its a warning sign. If doctor is your regular family physician , then no worries. He will take care.

She doesn’t mention any numbness or any other problem anywhere in body. She finds difficulty moving tongue to her right side, that’s all.
Can you suggest some multivitamin tablets that can be taken with the prescription without side effects?
The follow-up consultation is after 3 days.

Also, can you or anyone else suggest digital BP monitor (with approx price) for home use to measure her BP regularly?

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cocay wrote:

She doesn’t mention any numbness or any other problem anywhere in body. She finds difficulty moving tongue to get right side, that’s all.
Can you suggest some multivitamin tablets that can be taken with the prescription without side effects?
The follow-up consultation is after 3 days.

Also, can you or anyone else suggest digital BP monitor (with approx price) for home use to measure her BP regularly?

I purchased after research omron but it’s reading is all over the place

Every time we check it’s different , difference is too much

Better buy one analogue bp machine and try to learn how to measure BP manually

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cocay wrote:

She doesn’t mention any numbness or any other problem anywhere in body. She finds difficulty moving tongue to get right side, that’s all.
Can you suggest some multivitamin tablets that can be taken with the prescription without side effects?
The follow-up consultation is after 3 days.

Also, can you or anyone else suggest digital BP monitor (with approx price) for home use to measure her BP regularly?

Your doctor knows patient very well than me. So, its better to follow his advice only.
BP apparatus i dont know in general, but all electronic machines shows incorrect reading , so i prefer manual only.

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One free advice….plz night mein oil se head message kar dena….it feels good….she will b fine soon.

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cocay wrote:

178/93.
This is her normal reading on any day.

Bro it’s high. Because it is after taking medicine. U may need to change BP medicine

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