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  1. Subarachnoid Haemorrhage/Stroke Discussion

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    2. Non-Aneurysm SAH or Perimesencephalic SAH

      This is the forum to post in, if you've experienced a SAH with no known cause.

      5,257
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    3. Subarachnoid Haemorrhage Polls

      This forum allows members to post a question on Subarachnoid Haemorrhage matters which should also include a Poll. All newly started Polls will be subject to Admin and Moderators approval before they appear on this forum.

      277
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    4. Stroke Discussion

      For all other types of stroke and childhood stroke

      687
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    5. Carers Support

      Discussion for carers of an SAH or stroke survivor.

      3,380
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    6. Untreated/Unruptured Cerebral Aneurysms

      Please post here if you're living with aneurysm(s) that haven't been treated or totally occluded.

      1,260
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    7. SAH/Stroke Anniversaries

      Please feel free to post details of your SAH/Stroke Anniversary here .

      1,147
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    8. Cerebral AVM's - Arteriovenous Malformations

      An abnormal connection between veins and arteries, usually congenital.

      73
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  2. General Discussion

    1. Advice & Tips/Healthy Living/Benefits

      Tell us what you've found useful as an aid to your recovery (such as relaxation techniques etc.) and discuss natural diet advice/healthy living tips. This is also the forum to post in, if you need or can offer advice on Benefits that can be claimed after a SAH/Stroke

      1,370
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    2. Introduce Yourself

      Tell us about yourself here and please feel free to include an account of your SAH/Stroke.

      10,629
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    3. Driving After SAH

      Sharing experiences of getting back to driving and useful suggestions and tips. 

      319
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    • Hi Ami, Congratulation...wow that is amazing, I can only imagine how proud you must feel of yourself...You are doing it...keep going Jean xx  
    • Hi Ami   Congratulations and well done for completing the half! I know how hard that would have been, my max is 10 miles. I din't complete that until 18 months post SAH so you've done brilliantly. I can only imagine how you felt when you crossed that line - I am sure there were tears.   You should be really proud! Now have a good rest because I'm sure you'll be feeling it tomorrow  xx   Clare xx
    • WOW Well done you!!!  I couldn't have run for a bus after 7 months, let alone a half marathon!!  I hope you're very proud of your achievement. Congratulations x
    • I am so soo glad to share with all of you, I just finished a half marathon. I am 7 months post NASAH. Feeling very emotional right now.  Thank you all for the extensive support.  You guys are the first ones I am sharing this with.  Thanks again.
    • Hi Von, I am so glad you found us.  I am so sorry to read about what has been going on with you.  Trust me I (well everyone here) understand your struggles.   I personally had my SAH followed by Vasospasm when I was 64.  I did not have any vision problems, it must be so difficult.  But like you I had the "you seem fine" comments which was good in one way but not another.  Sometimes I wish people could see that my balance is off and I don't like people walking quickly past me and I struggle in the kitchen , anyway I think you probably understand.     I am 2 years 3 months out, it is a slow recovery, sometimes i could only see improvement when looking back. Having a stroke can steal our confidence, making us search it out and reclaim it.  As I said it can be slow.   I still feel not satisfied with the information I was given as to what happened to me.  It seems a little less important to me as time goes on, but only a little.   There are so many great people here that are so willing to share and listen...they are great...Has been a big help to me, knowing they know, they get it...Take care and try ( I know it is hard) to be patient with yourself.. xxJean
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