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  1. Thanks. I appreciate that no-one on here can offer medical advice. I just wondered if anyone had already asked the question somewhere else and had the information.
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  2. Hello Sallios. You have a very valid question about whether SAH survivors having an increased risk of dementia. As BTG is a support site rather than a medical advice site, your own consultant and medics will be in a better position to answer. It could well be that there are members of BTG who have had to deal with dementia at a later date and they may well comment on their experience, however the subject you raise is complex. SAH occurs in many different areas around the brain and each bleed or trauma has its own degrees of severity. Relating this to a late
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  3. Welcome Selah! Yes, you came to the right place. The best place I would say. I am glad to hear you are recovering and adjusting well. 2020 really is challenging for most of us. Like you, I am for the most part is a positive person. Just remember that it is ok not to be ok sometimes. I always see that quote everywhere and having experienced a 2nd SAH it really rang true to me. Recovery can be an emotional roller coaster ride. Just remember, we are always here for you! Take care💗
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  4. Hi Saleh, We are here for you.... xx Jean
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  5. Great advice above. I will only add that you should not expect to get better every day, but you should get better every year for a while. It is a rollercoaster ride of emotions and frustrations. However, I do believe that you will get better with time. I did but it took a while (like over a year) for my memory to start to improve again. Please be patient and stay well. Chris
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