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It can be a long journey


Alec

Suffered my haemorrhage in June 2004, treated with coil embolisation (11 coils) at King’s Collage Hospital, London. Over the following years had another four embolisation (23 coils) plus A stent. Took about five years to get anywhere near back to my old self, my wife doesn’t agree that I’m close to the man I was. Still get tired easily especially when taking on anything that requires intense concentration.

 

Consider myself extremely fortunate as I’ve seen sufferers that have been left with severe morbidity, so if you’re anywhere near the person you where before your event consider that a plus and make the most of what you have. The worst thing you can ask is “why me”. 

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