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Tina

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About Tina

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  • Birthday October 26

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  • Biography
    SAH 3rd Dec 2007 - Ruptured Berry Aneurysm - Basilar Tip - Brain Stem. Seven Hour Craniotomy - Right Side - Clipped
  • Location
    Surrey UK
  • Interests
    loving life and love all animals :)
  • SAH/Stroke Date
    3rd December 2007

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  1. Hi Charlie Congratulations on your one year milestone. Thank you for sharing. Wishing you well with your ongoing recovery. Take care Tina xx
  2. Hi Joan Glad you managed to get back onto BTG and so pleased that all went well for you xx Fingers crossed all is good with your scan results too. Take care and go steady. Love Tina xx
  3. Hi Jean Congratulations on your 2 year SAH Anniversary. Well done on doing so well and so glad you found your BTG family. Thank you for sharing and for all your caring supportive posts to others here. Wishing you well with your on going recovery. Take care Love Tina xx
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    Lynette

    Hi Lynette a very warm welcome to BTG So pleased you found BTG as it has some really helpful information and as Subs & Win have already said, there are many of us here that can empathise and support you on your good or bad days. Never give up hope, be strong and remember to look after yourself. Such a devastating emotional worrying time for you and your family. Wishing your husband well for his JFK assessments, keep in touch and let us know how you are all doing. Take care Love Tina xx
  5. Johnnie i will message GCoutt letting them know you are asking after them.
  6. Hi Jean So pleased your different Doctor was so thorough and even though it has floored you, understandably, it's good to know exactly what has gone on and have it explained properly to you. Please dont feel foolish not knowing what had happened to you xx I think they only tell you so much. My notes went missing, so had to pay to get copies of everything. When my husband and i read through the notes, like you, there was so much we had not been told about. Great news you are sooo happy knowing what is going on and hope it has taken away some of the worries. Ouch!!! indeed for the steroid injection in your back, really hope it helps you with moving on. Jean, bless you, hope you can now get some sleep and peace of mind, thank you for sharing. You are very much part of our BTG family xx Take care Love Tina xx
  7. Congratulations Paula on your 7 year anniversary. Thank you for posting, your positive attitude shines through Wishing you well for your check up on the 5th May and as your Sons and Skippy say, see it as a positive and try not to worry, easy to say i know. Lots of love & luck right back to you xx Take care and let us know how you get on. Love Tina xx
  8. Hi Kim A very warm welcome to BTG, glad you found us. You will find lots of helpful information here and friendly caring support. Hope you get the date for your angiogram very soon and you get some answers. Let us know how you get on and feel free to join in the daily banter in the Green Room. https://web.behindthegray.net/forum/9-the-green-room/ Take care Tina xx
  9. Hi Elaine A very warm welcome to BTG. There are other members that have had problems with bone flaps. Hopefully they will see your post and reassure you. You have certainly been through it , bless you. Please find the link below, where others have posted and may help you. https://web.behindthegray.net/search/?&q=bone flap&search_and_or=or As Super Mario has said, please keep us updated with how you are getting on. If in doubt or worried always go and see your GP or Neuro. Wishing you well with your recovery. Take care Tina xx
  10. Hi Well done for getting back to work 4 days a week It could just be you have totally overdone things last week and your body/eyes are letting you know. Hopefully you can take things a bit easier. I had pain and problems after my bleed, mainly my right eye was affected. I had 5 nerve palsy, the whole right side of my face was paralysed. I also had nerve damage, which caused a lot of the pain around my eye, forehead and side of face. Try not to worry, easy to say i know. If in doubt always go back to see your GP or Neuro. Take care & let us know how you are doing. Tina xx
  11. Hi Sherry A very warm welcome to BTG, glad you found us. You are still in the very early stages of recovery. Some great advice from Casey and Cat above. It just takes time, sometimes you may take two steps backwards. Listening to your body and learning your limits and pacing yourself really helps. There is a great article posted in Inspiration, that has helped many of us and family & friends to understand what our brain is going through. Click on the link below to read : Take care and we look forward to hearing more from you. Love Tina xx
  12. Congratulations on your 4 year NASAH Anniversary Alison Lovely to read you are doing well, thank you for sharing. Take care & keep in touch. Love Tina xx
  13. Hi Bev So sorry to hear you are struggling and finding it hard at the moment. Hugs xx I really hope the rheumatologist and Neuro Surgeon can help you with their tests and assessments. 10 months is still very early in your recovery. You are doing so well. There are other members here that have had to have a shunt fitted to help balance things after their bleed. Wishing you well, let us know how you are doing. Take care Tina xx
  14. Hi AMI A very warm welcome to BTG Well done for getting back to work and really hope you can resolve your shoulder pains. Just a thought, a while after my SAH, i experienced shooting pains from my shoulder down my arm and i could not lift anything without terrible pain. I went straight to my GP who sent me for an X ray and it came back i had severe Calcific tendonitis. Just came out of nowhere, thankfully nothing to do with my SAH. I had to have keyhole surgery to remove the calcification. Ultrasound therapy helped me at first, but it kept coming back with a vengeance, hence the surgery. Good luck and take care.
  15. Hi Paula A very warm welcome to BTG, glad you found us. You have certainly come to the right place for lots of helpful information and friendly caring support. How you are feeling at the moment is all very normal, you have been through a major trauma. Rest up as you have been and drink plenty of water. Listen to your body and be kind to yourself. We look forward to hearing more from you and please feel welcome to join in the daily banter in the Green Room. https://web.behindthegray.net/forum/9-the-green-room/ Take care Love Tina xx
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