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  1. Thanks everyone! I figured I had over done my activities. I slept for 11 hrs that night!!! i have been taking naps at every opportunity. I see my opthamologist in 1.5 weeks. Thanks, so much for all of your information and support! You guys have been so helpful! I have a coworker who just had a SAH due to a ruptured aneurysm, so she and I have been comparing notes. I have shared with her much of what I have learned from this wonderful group😘
  2. Hello all! I had my NASAH a little over 6 months ago, and I’m doing well for the most part. I am back at work 4 days per week. I do have trouble with my memory, but I’m utilizing sticky notes, and reminders in my phone. My bleed Affected my vision heavily! It is better now. Waiting to see if I need new glasses. I was very busy last week with school activities, and I started having more pain behind my eyes, mostly my left one, which was more affected. Just wondering if anyone else has had lots of trouble with their eyes after bleed? The pain and pressure behind my eyes, had me scared that I might have another bleed😳 even though my doctor has said it’s highly unlikely that I will have another bleed. Sometimes I worry that they missed something, and that it may happen again, and maybe be worse😩 Anyone else feel that their bleed greatly affected their eyes?
  3. Have any of you that had a NASAH develop seizures after the fact?
  4. Thanks for your response! I am off now, less than a week and I am feeling pretty good now. I did mention it to my dr, but honestly it is getting better.
  5. I had a perimesencephalic SAH at the end of September. Spent 3 days in ICU, one night on the neuro floor, then home. Extreme fatigue, vision issues, feeling terrible, etc etc. It took me about 1.5-2 months to start feeling like myself again. Even then, I would still tire easily. 3 weeks ago I had my second cerebral angiogram, both negative. That is when I received the Diagnosis of perimesencephalic SAH. I was started on keppra while in hospital, and just weaning off as of yesterday. Very slow weaning. The last 4-5 days I am having symptoms of restless leg syndrome (numb, tingling, urge to move it) when my leg is at rest (sitting/driving/ trying to go to sleep) Have any of you had trouble with this? It’s not terrible, but is bothersome. Also, earlier on in my recovery, I experienced a visual disturbances where I would see a rectangle with black and white squiggles around it, and inside the rectangle I couldn’t see anything. Have any of you had this experience? It has been very helpful and encouraging to read your stories and experiences! Thanks in advance.
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