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  1. Hi everyone, Your comments are like holding my hand for the operation, which I thank you for. Anyway, the procedure was a success and the anni was coiled. Now I am talking nimodipine for the rest of the 21 day course. Thanks
  2. Hi all, After one year since my SAH, my 2mm unruptured aneurysm will be coiled tomorrow (fingers crossed). The aneurysm appears to have a branch coming out of it so if the doctors say that the coiling is not successful, they will consider clipping. Either way, I'll let you all know. Thank you Gail
  3. Thank you all for your comments and thank you for this site. Sarah-My youngest was 8 at the time too but now both kids are fine. Clare- I haven't exercise yet due to the unsecured aneurysm. So the doctors said not doing any strenuous exercise such as jogging until I'll get this thing in my head fixed! I work for the civil service and they have been very good in view of the circumstances. After my phased return, the occupational health would like to compose a further report but I have to wait until the anni is fixed. Thank you all once againxx
  4. Hi, I'm Gail and 43 years old. Before my SAH, I was (and still am) a mother of two children, a wife for my husband (obviously!) a daughter and a sister. My passion was to run and exercise. On 27 May 2015, (my son's 12 birthday) I went for a quick run at the gym. We were going to Menorca 3 days before so I wanted those extra few pounds off so I asked my husband to pick me up in a hour after the gym. After that we would celebrate my sons birthday tea. When I was on halfway through the 20 mins on the treadmill, I had a instant thunderclap headache. Now I never had headaches (unless I had a hang
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