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Vicky MA

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  1. Yes I do this all the time. I was suddenly paralysed from the neck down and was on my own when it happened. I constantly relive it and I get so far then I physically have to stop myself from thinking about it. I'm hoping over time it bothers me less and less.
  2. Thankyou Charlotte, I appreciate your kind reply x
  3. Thankyou all so much for your kind words, it's most appreciated xx
  4. Hi everyone I had a suberachnoid haemorrhage on 15 May. I was lying in bed and I suddenly felt paralysed from the neck down. I live alone and it was terrifying. I either passed out or I've lost my memory because the next thing I remember was waking up in hospital the next morning. I'd been sick, knocked things over and my legs and knees were covered in blood and bruises. Apparently I'd knocked on my neighbours door at 4am and he called an ambulance. I had an operation to clip the bleed four days later and spent three weeks in hospital. Physically I feel ok now but I'm really, really struggling mentally and emotionally. I'm crying a lot, having nightmares, struggling to sleep and I hate being alone now. I lost my work then my home because of covid 19, and now staying with family. I get very frightened if I'm on my own or if I have to go outside. I feel completely alone because it's so hard to talk to people about it. My family keep quizzing me for details and it's Very traumatic to talk about it to them. I am about to receive some counselling service from the hospital as I have been diagnosed with PTSD. I'd appreciate some help and support from anyone on here thankyou Vicky
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