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About Janeece

  • Birthday 02/11/1963

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    Playing with my grandkids, bird watching and squirrels. Making my own duet and building my own bird feeders. I love plants and yard work. My husband is definitely one of my interests

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  1. I don’t think I thanked everyone for there kind responses to my 1 year anniversary. I’m working on year 2 now. You are all wonderful people and I’m so happy to have found this site. Take care my SAH family ❤️❤️👋
  2. Hello, it’s been a while. Hope everyone is doing well in your recovery. I know we can’t give medical advice, but I was wondering if anyone ever has numbness in their head and neck, along with a little pain sometimes. It will be 2 years for me in October. And I’ve just recently started having these problems. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Have a wonderful night.
  3. My one year anniversary was October 11th, and I haven’t been on this site, in a long time. Happy to be alive. Still having a few problems, but for the most part, I feel wonderful. Anxiety, and Panic attacks are still quite often. The last few days, been dealing with headaches and a feeling of extreme pressure in my head. Which makes me feel fatigued and tired. I feel like I need a massage inside of my head. That’s really strange to say, but I don’t know how else to explain it. Hope everyone is doing well and staying safe. Take care of yourselves.
  4. Hi Carolyn, you replied to my post and I just wanted you to know that we both went through this ordeal around the same time. I had a coil too. I’m feeling tired allot, and my vision is really bad, and I feel dizzy quite a bit. Do you have any of those kinds of problems? I pray that you are doing well in your recovery , and am here just like all these lovely people in this forum for you anytime.. Take care of yourself please and go at a pace you can handle. Talk to you soon.
  5. Thank you so much Carolyn, you are a doll. I do wish they could have seen it in the hospital. I’m very limited on being able to get around. My eyesight is still really bad. I’m hoping that will get better. My primary care doctor took my stitches out for me on Monday. Very nice of him and gave me something for anxiety. Not being able to see, is what I believe is giving me the anxiety. Everything else is going very well. My husband says my short term memory is off, because I keep asking the same questions over and over again. I keep telling him.. “I never asked those questions.” He said, yes you did. So funny. He told me that he would answer as many times as I asked. Hope you are doing well with your recovery too... Take care of yourself
  6. Thank you Skippy and Macca, I do believe I’m going to go to the doctor. It’s worrying me for sure. Take care of yourselves please.
  7. Hello everyone, I know we are not allowed to give medical advice, but just curious if anyone else has experienced middle chest pain after coming home from hospital from SAH? I’ve been having it quite often and wondering if I have something else to be worried about. It’s pretty intense and I take aspirin and it eases up. It’s a little unsettling, considering what I just went through. Please, any advice would be greatly appreciated.. Please everyone take care of yourselves.
  8. Good morning Colleen, Wow, after a shower, And no high blood pressure either. I’m feeling better every day and determined to beat this. I feel I need to do something and am waiting for God to guide me, to what that may be. I really want to help others that are going through this. I’m feeling a bit closed in being stuck in the house and not being able to drive. I can’t wait to go to the hospital and thank and give big hugs to those who saved my life. I feel so different these days. I’m so happy to be alive. My eyes are the only holding me back and I’m starting to have some back pain now, but other than that I’m feeling pretty good. I have little memory of so many things and my husband was telling me I was complaining about a really bad headache when I arrived but I don’t remember the headache, and to me that’s strange. Anyway, that is my latest update. You have a wonderful day and take care.
  9. Thank you Tina you are awesome and my husband wanted me to tell you that too. Every day is getting better and I’m a survivor literally and I will get through this. 12 years that’s amazing
  10. Hello Claire, thank you so much for your response. I researched what can cause a SAH to come on and exercise was one of them because it raises your blood pressure. I’m sure you are right that it would have come on anyway. Such a slow process getting better. I am determined to do it. My husband has been my rock through this. He has been right by my side. Take care
  11. Thank you Tina and Louise for answering my questions. How long ago did you both go through this? When mine happened, I was so lucky. I was working out at home and seriously thought I was overheated. I was walking around my house and couldn’t see right and my breathing was erratic and I was trying to cool down and calm down. My husband had come in the house and I could hear him but I couldn’t answer him. Finally he found me laying on the floor in our bedroom. He said omg baby are you ok. I kept telling him.. I’m ok I’m ok. But he said I was sweating profusely and not answering him right. He was already on the phone with 911, and they got there so quick. I feel so blessed that God working with my husband and my doctors at the St. David’s hospital saved my life. That’s a little bit of my story. I feel as if I got a second chance at life. I really believe that the exercise caused me to have a SAH.
  12. Hello, I am new to this site. I had a subarachnoid hemorrhage on 9/11 and have been home for a week and a half and experiencing vision problems and a lot of anxiety. Anyone else have these problems? Is there anything that can help? Please.
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