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  1. Tom91


    Hi guys, thanks for all the replies! Been ridiculously busy. He’s doing well in terms of physio, not too well on speech at the moment but had a bit of a set back at the weekend when he caught pneumonia! Ordered some CBD from America which came yesterday, tarting him on that when he’s over his infection so will keep it documented. Hope everyone is well 😊
  2. Tom91


    Yeah he’s in speech therapy and physio, he’s no movement in right arm as of yet and no speech. He’s on puree food and the progress he’s made so far is similar to that of someone around 6-7 weeks. I’ll look for the FB group now thank you
  3. Tom91


    Obviously no speech as of yet also, although get a grunt as though he’s trying, forgot to mention*
  4. Tom91


    Hi guys, new to all this. My dad had a stroke on the 20th August. Clot on the front left part of the brain, causing aphasia. He’s on level 1 fluids and has managed custard and a rice pudding since. He’s not doing to badly physio wise, slight movement in right leg but nothing as of yet in right arm. Ive spent hours and hours trawling through information trying to get a better understanding of what’s happened, looking at first hand accounts on sites like this. I’ve not yet managed to find someone first hand that used CBD oil after a stroke, I’ve read a positive reviews etc and claimed research into it being good for brain activity during the first 12 weeks after a stroke but I’d love to talk to someone that’s actually used it first hand and had any positive effects off using it? Not sure whether I’m clutching at straws hoping it’s going to work some kind of miracle or not... Thanks for reading and look forward to talking to some of you!
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