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  1. Thanks for the suggestion Tina. I will visit an orthopedic.
  2. Thank you for the response. No, MRI wasn't done. Three different neurologists were sure it was periarthritis and had nothing to do with SAH. Physio said even if it were something else the only treatment would be physiotherapy. Just wondered if anyone else was in similar situation.
  3. Hi all I am new to this site. I had a perimesencephalic SAH on 15th Jan 2019, when I was out cycling with hubby and son. I am 40 yr old. I was not conscious for about a day. On day 2 of hospitalisation I developed severe pains in both the shoulders which persisted for a couple of days and needed IV pain relief. Over a period of 10 to 15 days, I gradually developed weakness of some movements of left shoulder- I can't lift anything with the hand (even now). The neuro team said it was periarthritis of shoulder and suggested physio. The physio did 5 sessions of ultrasound therapy and the pain went off completely. But now my muscles are wasted around the shoulder and still weakness persists. I have recovered well otherwise. Started working again. Fatigue of course, looks like it is universal for all the survivors. Did anyone else experience shoulder periarthritis post SAH? Periarthritis usually happens if a person is bedridden for a long time, but I have been bedridden only for a day. Any inputs will be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
  4. Hi all I am new to this forum, have been reading for the last four weeks but this is my first post. May be I will write a detailed account as soon as I am ready. I had my PM NASAH on 15th Jan. Had hydrocephalus but didn't need any surgery. Went home in 4 days (My husband and myself are medical professionals and so the doctors were confident that we could manage at home). This thread describes so well what I am going through. My employers have been very considerate and have left the choice to me on when I can return. I am currently working part time (about 5 hours a day with a break of an hour in between) but still have fatigue issues on some days. I also have some left upper limb weakness due to shoulder periarthritis. BTG has been a blessing in the last 4 weeks. I really appreciate the founder and all the members who share their experiences and give advice.
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