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Clare1

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  1. 1 year since SAH tonight!!! Coil fitted, 2 weeks in hospital and 4 months off work. Just having a normal day at work today but thought I’d go out for a meal tonight to celebrate!! Being alive!! If I have the energy to get through of course - I normally have a lie down after work!!
  2. I’d once again like to thank every one of you who has taken the time to respond to my question. I have found it so helpful to receive advice from people who have actually been through this and can relate to how I am feeling. It can become frustrating when people assume that because you look fine, you must be OK. Thankfully for most of the time I am but when that oh so familiar wall of fatigue hits, I struggle. If I’m at work when it happens, I sometimes wonder how I’ll make it to home time. I feel like I’ve physically aged 10 years because of this!
  3. Thank you for taking the time to reply to me. Your comments have really spurred me on. Sometimes I get really down about being 47 but feeling like I’m 87. Because I look normal and thankfully suffered with no residual damage, I feel that everyone in my life assumes I’m back to my old self. For most of the time, I am but when fatigue or head fog strikes, I just want time out and be left to rest. I have to keep reminding people that I have suffered a major incident and I’m not always feeling tickety boo! Now that I’ve found this site I will come and talk to other people in the same boat who will have more of an insight into the aftermath issues of a SAH. Thanks again.
  4. Hi, I am new to the site. Had a SAH a year ago, had coil placed, 4 months off work and have now been back at full time work 8 months. Have always suffered from fatigue and have to usually lie down for a couple of hours when I get home from work just to be able to get on with my evening chores at home. Headaches have never really been an issue until a couple of months ago. I am finding that if I get in any type of even slightly stressful situation, my head becomes foggy and feels like there is pressure inside. I had a brain scan 4 months ago and my consultant is happy with my recovery. Does anyone else get these “pressure” headaches and if so, do you have any tips on how to relief them? Thank you.
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