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  1. SAH Survivor - Wayne

    Good morning, my name is Wayne and I'm a SAH survivor. My SAH happened on 3 April 2016 while I was making the bed. I don't remember a whole lot that happened that day but my spouse was told that I suffered a ruptured artery in my brain and would probably die if I wasn't life flighted to Anchorage, Alaska. I was living in Nome, AK and so it was a 4+ hour flight and they had to fly below 10,000 feet. About 16 hours later I was operated on and saved. In November of 2016, I had a craniotomy to have a metal clip placed in my head and that stopped the leaking of blood into my brain. Right now, I feel like I've hit a roadblock in learning or remembering things and it gets so frustrating some days. I've come to realize that I really have to take care of myself and watch my diet, stress, or anything that isn't healthy for me. I am currently going through some personal stuff where my family is taking advantage of my disability. Thank you for reading this and your support. Wayne