Stroke Survivor Defies Every Prognosis

Brisa was a vibrant 32 year old living a fast-paced New York City life until one day her face swelled up and she suffered a Pons stroke. With her family by her side, she made an unthinkable recovery.

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16 Comments

  1. Bailee Sky on December 10, 2020 at 9:19 pm

    2nd

  2. Randall Gaddis on December 10, 2020 at 9:23 pm

    thank you for shareing the story. i had a stroke when i was 23 on the job. let me pearlized on my left side. its a long life time recovery

  3. Rinpoche Rags on December 10, 2020 at 9:27 pm

    I suffered a brain stem (pontine) stroke last year. Been a long journey, but doing so well, and keep improving. Lucky.

  4. Daniela Jackson on December 10, 2020 at 9:30 pm

    My husband had a stroke, and was having disappointing recovery. I was able to research brain plasticity and so many topics on this site, and I desperately wanted to find something he could use to stimulate the neurons in the brain, but he couldn’t use so many of the things, because of a brain stent. he still was having problem with drop foot and kept falling, but from all the research I did, i found a comment of a stroke patient testifying of how Dr. Adebola helped her recover from stroke completely, after disability of 2 years. With his roots and herbs healing power. So i also contacted Dr. Adebola via email address, and he gave us some instructions and also courier some roots and herbs (herbal medicine) via TRANSWORLD COURIER COMPANY. With a manual for assumption, which we followed accordingly. And today is the 9th day of assumption. And my husband is already walking. Please let’s help anyone around us, going through this suffering. You can also contact Dr. Adebola via email address: dradebola@dr.com, dr.adebola12@yahoo.com. Thanks for reading.
    Regards.

  5. Lauren Blosser on December 10, 2020 at 9:31 pm

    I had a stroke in my pons as well and after a long time recovering I’m now a nursing student.

  6. W on December 10, 2020 at 9:42 pm

    1st

  7. Trina Nicole on December 10, 2020 at 9:43 pm

    Fucking doctors don’t care! I just lost my husband because of believing everything the doctors were saying. He squeezed my hand twice. But I feel we took him off that Breathing machine too soon! When they took him off he was gasping for air! He wasn’t gone yet! I’m heart broken.

  8. Ashley Rose on December 10, 2020 at 9:50 pm

    Life is so scary I don’t even understand how all these things happen to people and babies…..

  9. E E0 on December 10, 2020 at 9:50 pm

    Great Family and Strong woman .

  10. Uma Devi on December 10, 2020 at 9:50 pm

    My son had a pontine stroke on 20 april 2020 n after 7 month still he is in coma no movement although he is not on vetilater we all r praying for his recovery

  11. Steve Goodson on December 10, 2020 at 9:54 pm

    I had a massive haemorragic stroke 3 years ago, as soon as the CT scan was done I was sent to a specialist neuro ICU where I spent a month heavily sedated, ventilated through a tracheotomy and fed by NG tube. Fortunately I was unconscious the whole time and have no memory of it. My visitors were told that due to the location and extent of the damage that if I regained consciousness at all they should expect me to be unable to speak or understand speech and probably unable to recognise them. After a further couple of months in hospitsl, mostly bedridden, and a lot of physiotherapy I was sufficiently functional to get discharged, three years on I’m living alone independantly. Still have numbness and weakness on my right side and hemianopia (loss of my right visual field). Hard to describe the disorientation and terror of waking up in hospital with no memory of the last month and no idea where you are or how you got there. Being conscious but unable to react is something I can’t quite imagine, must have taken immense mental fortitude and resolve to get through it.

  12. Rocket Surgeon on December 10, 2020 at 9:54 pm

    My precious wife went home to Jesus 9 weeks ago. Hers was massive and had no signs of eye or body movement during the 5 days I waited. God bless you and enjoy your time with her.

  13. NYAN CAT_ CHUBBS on December 10, 2020 at 9:57 pm

    I am also a stroke survivor at only 32 as well", in front of my children. My daughter who was 9 at the time tried to keep me alive by stabilising me. And turning me to my left side to vomit.. She would say, what is my name, how old am i. I remember closing my eye’s when the doc comes out of the mri and tells me im sorry ur having a stroke we need to rush u to our other nero hospital. I REMEMBER the last memory closing my eyes! Im gonna die and i will not be able to see my CHILDREN. I have 5 one just turned 1 years old oct 10 and my stroke oct 14. I was so devastated broken and in so much pain. It was a cerebellum stroke that clot in the back of my cerebellum and ruptured. I remember lots of headaches, neck pain, and my face feeling so swollen. Today i am alive still learning to walk keep on mind i had no rehab for 6 long months. Today i am alive and greatful to be here. I was in an induce coma for 3 day’s. My lungs callapse, doc would have to run in because of my heart rate. Had 3 open head surgeries and a hole in my heart. Talk about being a fighter we are all fighters and we all battle them everyday!🙏 im so happy to hear u are better, and now to know im not alone.

  14. Brittany Lacey on December 10, 2020 at 10:02 pm

    My 13th year old son has suffered a stroke I haven’t heard his voice in 6 weeks doctor say he will never talk walk or be himself but I’m standing strong trusting in God and I no he will be back with us !!

  15. Mrs. W Joe on December 10, 2020 at 10:02 pm

    God is good my mom is in the same situation right now, but I know God is able. I’m so happy for her🙏🙏🙏

  16. Calabria Girl on December 10, 2020 at 10:06 pm

    AMAZING!!

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