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

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  1. Hi Kyle A very warm welcome to BTG. You will find a wealth of helpful information and caring support here. Feel free to also join in the daily banter in the Green Room. https://web.behindthegray.net/forum/9-the-green-room/ We look forward to hearing more from you. Take care Tina
  2. Hi Majella A very warm welcome to BTG. You are still in the early stages of recovery. As Louise & Casey have said, things do improve and get better. Just takes time and we all recover differently. So glad you found BTG. It has been a Godsend to me. Lots of helpful information and caring support from others who understand what you are going through. Look forward to hearing more from you. Take care, rest up lots and pace yourself. Tina xx
  3. Congratulations Michelle on your 6th year anni-versary Great to hear your news and exciting plans for your 60th. You are a lovely lady and have been there for Jan Andrea and all of us, thank you xx Hope your 7th year is a good one in every way xx Lots of love Tina xx
  4. Hi Rajdeep A very warm welcome to BTG. You are in the very early stages of recovery. Some good advice above from Catwoman. It is very normal for your emotions to be all over the place, i was very much the same. I got very frustrated with myself. My children were grown up, i cant imagine how hard is is to cope with two young children, i found it exhausting doing the smallest of things. Maybe you can get a second opinion re your shunt removal when you get back to Australia. I did not have a shunt but there are members here that have and can share their experiences with you. Things will get better, it just takes time and learning not to push too hard. Your body will tell you when you need to rest. Listen to your body and be kind to yourself. Karen the founder of this wonderful support group told me that when i first joined , Wise words Wishing you and your family well and look forward to hearing more from you. Your English is amazing ! Take care Tina xx
  5. Oh Sarah, such very very sad news. God bless our lovely Win, who gave so much joy and made so many smile. So sad & gutted too. She will be missed so very much by us all. Thoughts are with you, sending much love to you, Al & Tilly xx
  6. Hi Brenda A very warm welcome to BTG Glad you found us. Great news to hear your husband is doing well. Your husband is still in the very early stages of his recovery, His brain will be working overtime trying to mend and recover from a huge trauma, as well as doing the normal everyday things. All that you mention is quite normal and many of us here can relate to. There will be good days and bad days at this stage, but it will get better Wishing your husband well with his recovery and look forward to hearing how you are both doing. So hard for our loved ones too. You will find lots of helpful information on the Forum. Please feel free to ask any questions, we cant give medical advice, but can share our experiences. Take care & remember to look after yourself. Tina xx
  7. Gem so very sorry for the loss of your Dad. Thoughts are with you and your family at such a difficult time. Sending much love and hugs your way xx Love Tina xx
  8. Congratulations on your 8 years Daff You have been through so much and still stay so strong xx You really are an inspiration to us all xx Huge respect to you for all you have and are achieving ! Love & hugs Tina xx
  9. Hi Kathy Congratulations on your 2 year anni-versary ! Huge respect for all that you have achieved xx Wishing you well, love & hugs Tina xx
  10. Hola Simone A very warm welcome to BTG, glad your husband found us for you and the site has given you some comfort. Congratulations to you both on your wonderful news, can understand you may be nervous. Others here have fallen pregnant after their bleeds and can reassure you. We would love to hear how you are getting on and as you say will help many others reading your story. Love your picture, is that from your garden? Beautiful flowers Look forward to hearing more from you. Take care Love Tina xx
  11. Hi Dave a very warm welcome to BTG So pleased to read you are doing so well after your non-aneurysmal subarachnoid haemorrhage. I can understand your frustration at not being able to drive, but its the law, frustrating as it may be. Here are links to some other posts that may help you. I do know from experience that the DVlA can be very slow, keep chasing them once you have sent all the relevant information to them. https://web.behindthegray.net/forum/23-driving-after-sah/ https://web.behindthegray.net/search/?q=driving Good luck and take care, let us know how you get on. Tina
  12. Casey what a beautiful inspiring poem, thank you for sharing xx
  13. Thinking of you Sarah and wishing you good luck for your appointment, hope you get some answers and peace of mind. Love & hugs xx
  14. Hi Sarah Congratulations on your 2 year anniversary xx Wishing you well xx Take care Love Tina xx
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