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My husband reciently had a prostrate/bladder stone removal

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my husband reciently had a prostrate/bladder stone removal surgery that went on for 5 house. he is 82, in good health. came home from hospital; 2 days later his wailing became quirky. take a couple of normal steps, then go off balance. this is accompianted with a headach in his head. has had mri of brain, gone to ear specialist. any ideas?
Submitted: 7 months ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  Dr. SH replied 7 months ago.

Does he have any other medical problems?

Is he on any medications for anything at the moment?

How is his blood pressure like?

Please let me know.

Customer: replied 7 months ago.
he has medically controlled asmatha. he is on 2 mg. of pregnisone for asmatha. He takes calcium, vit c, general multy, cod liver oil.
his blood pressure is perfect
Expert:  Dr. SH replied 7 months ago.

Can you check his blood pressure for me when lying down and then after standing for five minutes.

I want his blood pressure in both postures, if possible.

Thank you

Customer: replied 7 months ago.
he just went to sleep, i could do it tomorrow. so you want it in a prone nature & then standing up for 5 minutes.
do you think keeping him under general anesthesia for 5 hours @ the age of 82 could have done damage?
Expert:  Dr. SH replied 7 months ago.

Well, not done permanent damage but could be side effects that can last for up to two to four weeks.

Just keep him well-hydrated.

I think he should be fine.

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