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  1. Riti

    Riti

    Hello All, I found this forum awhile ago, but wasn’t ready to share my experience or read too much of others’ yet. I am today. About 2 yrs ago I suffered a ruptured SAH. At 24 yrs old, this was undoubtedly the most traumatic experience in my life, still holds that title, and most likely will for the rest of my life. It occurred during the first week of my new job, my first stepping stone into the corporate world. I woke up one night to a ridiculous headache and vomiting water. I naively thought I had some sort of flu, but also knew something was definitel
  2. Good morning All. Just seen this survey request from Headway on Fatigue and thought I would share it. For those that haven't come across Headway they support anyone with a brain injury (they have regional UK branches in all counties I think) and also campaign hard to raise awareness. If you suffer from fatigue post brain injury and have a few minutes to spare, please have a look at the survey, link below: https://www.headway.org.uk/get-involved/campaigns/brain-drain-wake-up-to-fatigue/ All the best Greg.
  3. I’m not sure if this is entirely normal and if others have experienced it but for the last 6 months at least my fatigue seems to be getting worse and worse particularly in my legs where they feel tired as soon as I get to work and they ache constantly throughout the day. I’m just a few days away from my 2nd SAH anniversary and I’m concerned thats not getting any better. I work 12 shifts and I worry that this is to blame for it. Any advice would be gratefully appreciated.
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