My father had a stroke in Dec 2015, after which his balance, diet, and general functioning was affected. With his willpower, discipline, and medicines, he recovered very well, and by Sep 2016 (9 months after stroke), he was pretty much back to normal – he’d even drive with no issues.
However, in Dec 2016, he started slurring in his speech and had difficulty walking. Both of these have now become major issues – it’s very difficult to understand what he says (possible only when he speaks very slowly), and he can hardly walk (he’s already fallen a few times).
MRI results say demyelination. images here (MRI scans, not sp@m): imgur/a/qNWbM?
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With your experience, do you think it’s a case of MS (Multiple Sclerosis) or something else? Any other suggestions? I’m seeing a doctor as regularly as I can with him, but the doc’s yet to see the MRI results.
Any inputs will be helpful! I’m also reading all relevant posts on this forum.
Thank you for your time, and your help. My family deeply appreciates, our kind wishes and love to you.