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Nat Baker last won the day on January 12 2015

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  1. Hi everyone, I hope you are all well. I had my SAH in October 2014, and ever since then have been convinced that it is going to happen again. I still get headaches quite often, and every time I do I am certain that it means I am having another bleed; the constant stressing and worrying is absolutely exhausting! I am on Google most days looking up any symptoms and attributing them all to my haemorrhage; it's getting to the point where it's getting in the way of life a little bit! Today I am aching a bit and I have a headache, so I have convinced myself that I am going to end up back
  2. Hi Thank you so much to everyone for all your kind replies and good advice. I think that maybe I have been "over-doing" it a bit; when I have been feeling well it is easy to forget that I am still in the early days of recovery, and carry on doing all the things that I might have done before. I suppose over the new year I was guilty of this, and so that might explain why I have had a bad week. I am due back at the hospital at the end of the month for a follow up appointment with my consultant so I will be sure to speak to him about any concerns I've got then. I probably don't dr
  3. Hi All I hope you all had a nice Christmas and New Year. I only recently joined this forum, just before Christmas and already it has been so helpful to read some of the discussions and realise I am not alone in my recovery I was hoping to let others know what is happening for me at the moment, and find out if anyone else has had experience of this too. I made a great recovery after my SAH in October 2014, and by Christmas time was feeling a lot better; my headaches had pretty much disappeared and I was feeling much more "with it", I was generally happy and was coping well with my fatigue.
  4. Hi Everyone! My name is Nat, I'm 27 years old from Cardiff in South Wales. I had a subarachnoid haemorrhage on October 10, 2014 and had metal coils inserted into my brain to treat it. I had a lot of side effects at first, but I have generally been making good progress with my recovery; I have had to return to hospital for a lumbar puncture to ease the pressure build-up in my brain, but all other side effects are slowly improving. I have been generally positive since the start of this experience, and I realise how lucky I have been, so I haven't been feeling depressed or angry, like
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