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Hi Johnnie/Ally/ all
Quick update on my sons recent Estermann test. More improvement. Still falling just short of the 50degrees DVLA criteria but full central vision & a very good clear central line. Peripheral vision present after 80degrees too 👍🏼
Moving forward and hope DVLA consider his exceptional case application.
So thankful to this site.
All the the best for 2019
My surgeon told me not to stress and the only way I found not to was sing, but it stressed all around me out as I was sooo flat lol
Keep thinking happy thoughts if possible, and try not to worry but I do not practise what I preach lol
Be well and hope all goes well xxxxx
I went through a spell of something like vertigo early in my recovery. It would hit me suddenly if I looked up. Sometimes it came on for no apparent reason. It mostly passed in a few months. Although I still occasionaly suffer from the “staggers”.
I had a SAH four years ago on November 17th. It has taken me most of the four years to accept what happened and to come to terms with it.
I am 61 years old I still work 3 days a week and still enjoy my job( I work with autistic youngsters)
Saw my GP and it is probably stress but a few of the symptoms/ surgery tests were a little odd and so she's referred me for an MRI to check all is ok as I don't have a neurology appointment yet scheduled.
thanks for the support and advice