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Rajdeep

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  1. Hi Tina Firstly I glad to find you people on this site. We are as a family sharing our feelings and experiences. How long takes to recover??? Sometimes feeling exhausted after doing small things like dressing to children and preparing to food etc. Externally looking normal, but internally struggling a lot with body. Thanks for lovely wishes for me and my family. Hope you’re also safe and well. Rajdeep
  2. Hi Louise Im glad to find this site. I’m not alone. just trying to get myself as I’m before SAH . I want to live without shunt. I don’t know why I’m thinking 🤔 this. Trying to take things easy and hydrated. Sometimes feeling depressed. Hope you’re safe and well. Rajdeep
  3. Hi Clare Glad to hear you recovered. Thanks good advice for me , sure I’ll get rest , plenty of water and try to stay stress free. yes it was very traumatic for my family and me . Sometimes headache and fatigue after doing small chores and feeling aches in arms. Hopefully I’ll fly back soon in the end of June. Rajdeep
  4. Hi Jean thanks for precious words for me for brighter days with my stars. Thanks God I’m alive for my little baby, she loves me so much 💕she doesn’t allow me go away for a minute. hope you’re safe and well...
  5. Hello daff God is good creator for everything. I believe that Nothing in human hands . God choose place for me and my children. My children were safe and secure at my parents home. Even though time was very hard for my parents. yes sure I’m trying to get rest and plenty of water . Some days I feel headache and fatigue. Feeling anxious related to shunt , ‘Why with me “ I was getting smooth my life just last year , had to struggle to get Permanent residents in Australia. Now I’m stuck with thisssss .... not feeling good
  6. Thanks doonhamer yes it was very helpful with my parents.at least my children were in safe hands.
  7. Hi everyone, Sorry I’m not much expert in English it’s my second language. I’m Rajdeep Kaur. I’m from India, but moved Australia in 2009. I’m 38 years old mom, have two daughters one 8 years, and younger one 10months old. in January 2020 , I visited to India to meet my parents after 6 years. After 20 days my life changed . I was healthy never had problems like headache. One day I was dressing my younger daughter, suddenly I felt explode in my head. First I wanted to ignored then again unbearable. I cried , my parents rushed me to near hospital ( in India not good systems) , doctor sent us for ct scan then sent for mri , wasted one day then referred to other city. Again new neurosurgeon repeat tests and did angio gram . Finally they SAH premedullary cistern and tense ventricles. My parents have not much knowledge, next day I woke up with VP shunt. Spent 2 weeks in hospital and my husband also came in India from Australia. ATM still we are in India because of COVID. Now headache gone , but still feeling weakness in extremities. Most of time feeling sad and depressed. I asked from neurosurgeon about removal of vp shunt, he said he can remove anytime. None of test repeat again. My husband decided that I should start treatment from Australia. Again apologies for not good in English. Please share your experience.....
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    Hi everyone, Sorry I’m not much expert in English it’s my second language. I’m Rajdeep Kaur. I’m from India, but moved Australia in 2009. I’m 38 years old mom, have two daughters one 8 years, and younger one 10months old. in January 2020 , I visited to India to meet my parents after 6 years. After 20 days my life changed . I was healthy never had problems like headache. One day I was dressing my younger daughter, suddenly I felt explode in my head. First I wanted to ignored then again unbearable. I cried , my parents rushed me to near hospital ( in India not good systems) , doctor sent us for ct scan then sent for mri , wasted one day then referred to other city. Again new neurosurgeon repeat tests and did angio gram . Finally they SAH premedullary cistern and tense ventricles. My parents have not much knowledge, next day I woke up with VP shunt. Spent 2 weeks in hospital and my husband also came in India from Australia. ATM still we are in India because of COVID. Now headache gone , but still feeling weakness in extremities. Most of time feeling sad and depressed. I asked from neurosurgeon about removal of vp shunt, he said he can remove anytime. None of test repeat again. My husband decided that I should start treatment from Australia. Again apologies for not good in English. Please share your experience.....
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