Once stroke occurs, and results in damage to specific parts of the brain, depending on the severity of âthe injury persistent effects can persist. Some remnant effects can present as weakness, difficulty in âspeech, vision defects, loss of memory, etc. â
In addition to them occasional symptoms due to irritation of neurons can present as seizures - which âcan present as sensory or motor issues. Sensory effects like tingling, pins and needles, numbness, âvisual defects, etc or motor defects like seizures, weakness or paralysis of a limb â
The symptoms your father has is probably to be due to a complex partial seizure, a form of stroke âcomplication. â
You might benefit by consulting with a neurologist, who can gain additional information and if possible âtreat your father with antiepileptic medications which may help to reduce his symptoms. Tests like nerve âconduction studies, or a MRI can also be done to rule out other possible causes. â
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