I'm a recent addition to the community having had a SAH on 5/4/20 caused by a rupture of a 6mm anuerysm in the MCA lateral striate, this was succesfuly coiled 6/4/20.
I was then in ICU in St Georges, Tooting for a few days and came home 18/4/20.
I am so glad I found his forum/communitty, it is really helping me with learning and prespective; I feel very lucky.
Whilst the "event" did occur on my wife's new Peleton, bought to excercise during lockdown, I was perviously a very strong, fit guy in my late 40's; seeing a strength and conditioning coach twice a week and training for competion. This was somewhat unexpected!
I also run my own business and last year was president of my trade body, so I am used to living life at 100% however have never really suffered from stress, had low blood pressure and low RHR.
Hearing peoples's stories is SOOOO helpful and really helping me give myself permission to take it easy, listen to my body and take my time.
Things I am struggling with are:
-Going to bed expecting to feel better in the morning and then not
-Aching muscles, I am literally wasting away and have lost 7 KG! (I started at 97 though!)
Luckily though, I have a geat business partner, lovely family and I can now walk around the block, so getting more active. My teeange kids have to walk the dog, then walk the dad!
Love to you all and thankyou once again.