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9 month aftr TB meningitis my fiancee has mild dystonia wch disappears while she sleeps. Why? And it is also getting better in last months and also having mild hemiparesis. Are these sign of recovery
Healing: Dystonia and hemiparesis are common while recovering from TB meningitis and can improve totally or have some residual effect depending on the type and location of damage to the brain from the infection. I hope she had a ct scan or MRI to evaluate her brain which can help predict the amount of damage. People usually get worse while healing then slowly improve. ...Read more
Whether mild hemiparesis and mild dystonia due to TB meningitis can be cured? How long it's gonna take, it's been already 9 months for my 22 yr old fiancee and she still can't walk, will she be fine?
9 month post TB meningitis 22 yrs old girl looks perfect and obeys commands but has mild hemiparesis of right side and mild dystonia in left side which make her walking difficult..Will she improve?
21 yr old friend had TB meningitis last year in july and she feels extremely fatigue and mild hemiparesis in her right side. What can be best approach to solve fatigue and hemiparesis? Please suggest
A 22 year old female has bilateral infarcts and mild hemiparesis of right side and mild dystonia of left side after 9 month of TB meningitis. Can she come back to normal as i heard from other survivor
1 yr after TB meningitis my 21 yr old fiancee HS right side mild hemiparesis, she can go upstairs with minimal or no support but walking straight is still fearful and impossible, any medicine can hlp?
What exercises shud I ask my 22 yr old fiancee's therapist for betr recovery of mild hemiparesis and dystonia after 9 months of TB meningitis she can transfer from bed and stand up own bt can't walk
After 1 yr of TB meningitis 21 yr old can now go upstairs wid almost no support but walking straight is still an issue? She had bilateral infarcts with mild hemiparesis and dystonia, they r better now
Fantastic!!!: For having had such a devastating disease, sounds like you are doing great. You need to continue with physical therapy and daily exercise to strengthen yourself and get your core strength back, which will then help you walk straight. Hang in there and congratulations on the progress you have made so far. Make sure to discuss what meds you need to continue , if any, with your doctor and do that. ...Read more
9 months post TB meningitis 22 yrs old female obeys all commands, very well in health but has mild dystonia and mild hemiparesis of right side so she drags right leg while tries to walk, will recover?
She will continue: To improve but perhaps not 100%.Get a more detailed answer ›