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  1. Hey guys! Thank you so much for your advice and experiences! I had a wonderful trip. Plane didn't bother me at all. I was tired some of the days while I was there but that didn't stop me. I've had trouble sleeping since I had my SAH so I have Lunesta, which knocks me right out. Glad I had those on the trip. I only had to use pain medicine once while I was there - but oddly - since I've been home I have had horrible headaches every day. It's really weird, actually, since I've been feeling so well. Going to call the neuro doc next week if I keep having
  2. Hello all, I know a lot of you have had your SAH years ago and I was wondering if I could get a little knowledge from your experiences. I had my SAH in April 2019. I've been doing really well - went back to work about a month after I was released from my 3 week hospital visit. I struggled with that in the beginning - being tired all of the time and having headaches. I was also horribly depressed after. The tiredness went first, then the depression. Now I'm only having headaches every so often, and they are in no way as bad as they were. So, here comes
  3. Hello all, I'm so glad that I've found this! I've been looking for a support group since I had my SAH in April. Mine was very much unexpected. I was getting ready for bed on a Friday night, brushing my teeth. While I was in the middle of it I got the worst headache, ever. It was so painful I had to lay down, with a mouthful of toothpaste. I also had a super stiff neck and I was so dizzy that I thought I was going to pass out. I've never fainted or anything before so that definitely freaked me out. I ended up able to get back up to clean out my mouth
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