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Sadhguru successfully undergoes brain surgery and is recovering well, according to the Isha Foundation

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Sadhguru undergoes brain surgery, recovering well: Isha Foundation

New Delhi, March 20 (IANS) Motivational speaker Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, founder of Isha Foundation, recently underwent a brain surgery after a life-threatening bleeding, the organisation reported on Wednesday. Sadhguru was diagnosed with a “massive bleeding in the brain” and underwent an emergency brain surgery to relieve the bleeding in the skull.

According to Isha Foundation, Sadhguru, who had been suffering from severe headaches for weeks, was diagnosed with the bleeding on an MRI on March 14. His condition deteriorated rapidly with symptoms like weakness in the left leg, headaches, and recurrent vomiting on March 17. A CT scan later revealed an increase in brain swelling and a life-threatening shift of the brain to one side.

Neurologist Dr. Vinit Suri from Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, who performed the surgery, stated, “Sadhguru is recovering very well, and the team of doctors who treated him say his condition is improving beyond expectations.” The surgery was deemed necessary to address the life-threatening bleeding in Sadhguru’s brain, and he is currently on the path to recovery, as per the latest medical updates.

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