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Sadhguru Undergoes Emergency Surgery for Life-Threatening Brain Bleed

Renowned spiritual leader Sadhguru recently faced a life-threatening medical emergency, undergoing emergency surgery for a massive brain bleed. Despite the severity of the condition, his recovery has surpassed expectations, with doctors noting his active participation in the healing process.

Sadhguru had been experiencing severe headaches for the past four weeks but continued with his rigorous schedule, including conducting the MahaShivaratri event on March 8, 2024. However, the headache intensified significantly by March 14, prompting him to seek medical attention upon arriving in Delhi.

Upon the advice of Dr. Vinit Suri, a Senior Consultant Neurologist at Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, Sadhguru underwent an urgent MRI, which revealed a massive brain bleed, including evidence of a chronic bleed spanning several weeks and a fresh bleed occurring within 24-48 hours of examination.

Despite the severity of his condition, Sadhguru persisted with his commitments, attending the India Today Conclave on March 16, albeit under the influence of powerful painkillers and sedation. However, on March 17, his neurological status rapidly deteriorated, accompanied by weakness in the left leg and worsening headache with recurrent vomiting, leading to his admission to the hospital.

Managed by a team of doctors, including Dr. Vinit Suri, Dr. Pranav Kumar, Dr. Sudheer Tyagi, and Dr. S. Chatterjee, Sadhguru underwent emergency brain surgery to relieve the bleeding and swelling in the skull. Post-surgery, he showed steady progress, with his brain, body, and vital parameters returning to normal levels.

Dr. Suri noted that Sadhguru’s recovery has exceeded expectations, attributing it partly to the spiritual leader’s active role in healing himself. Despite the severity of his symptoms, Sadhguru’s determination and resilience have been evident throughout his ordeal, reflecting his commitment to his mission.

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