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It has been almost three years now since my SAH, and I feel that I have come quite a long way in my recovery. Fatigue is still a problem, but it’s slowly getting better, or maybe I am just getting better at adjusting my pace. I have recently been able to exercise more without having to rest up too much afterwards, which has been very helpful. Yesterday I had my first angiogram in two years, and this has left me so upset and emotional afterwards and I just can’t get back to a positive state of mind. I have had a few angiograms before, so I knew beforehand that it would b
Hello everyone. Glad to find this group of those that understand. I suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm while on the other side of the country. I had an on again off again headache for about a week. It was in one spot in the back of my head, but honestly I didn't think much of it. I was visiting family and doing a 2 day 40 mile walk for breast cancer awareness. The walk was fine, no issues. 2 days later I had the worst headache of my life. I was due to fly home, but thankfully did not get on the plane and instead my sister drove me to the nearest walk in medical clinic. Th
Hi, I am posting for a dear friend who has anxiety attacks during which her blood pressure gets high. I am just wondering how common are these anxiety attacks and what is your normal blood pressure after the SAH? How frequently do you get anxiety/panic attacks? Your response will be greatly appreciated.
My husband had his non aneurism bleed 17 days ago and was just discharged home from ICU. It's a "no know cause" diagnosis. We are blessed he is set to recover and do well, just struggles with his short term memory loss. Our current biggest symptom we are battling is extreme anxiety & restlessness. He's never had bouts of either before. He is constantly pacing and his heart is racing. His mind is going 100mph and he very uncomfortable because he feels awful. Our neuro does NOT want to prescribe any sedatives for he feels they'll do more harm then good, possibly