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  1. Hi, I'm new to the site. I had my SAH end of May this year. I've been reading your blogs over the past months, whilst in my recovery, which have been a great comfort to me knowing that i'm not on my own. I has a Spontanious SAH, the paramedics came after 2 hours, missed every red flag, took me to hospital, saying I was over reacting and just had a headache. Was left for a further 5 hours, was only given Ibruprofen. My daughter said it was so upsetting to see me so ill. When the doctor decided to look at me and send me for a CT scan, all hell broke out. My daughter said they were pumping me with morphine and said I was being blue lighted to the Queens Medical Hospital Neuro unit, where I was placed in ICU After my SAH, I also developed Menengitis, to be honest I don't recall much of what happened, was told I was in ICU for 4 days until stable and was in hospital for 3 weeks. I really did feel like I had been away somewhere, it was like i'd been on another planet and had to relearn everything I took for granted. I had experienced sensory problems, hypersensitivity with hearing, photophobia and had lost the sense of smell and taste. This has slowly started to resume, leaving me with hypersensitive hearing and sensory overload, which makes me feel quite sick and disorientated at times. After the first 9 weeks I started getting different pains developing in my feet, then my hands and now it's also gone into my elbows too. The pain is like a burning sensation, my hands and feet swell and get sore and stiffen when resting. I find the mornings and evenings the worst. I'm also finding that my hands are starting to lock when I try to open and close my hands. I've been put into Pregablin 600mg whuch has eased the symptoms a little. I'm worried that these symptoms are here to stay. I know I am still very early into my recovery. I still get the weird sensations of cold running water in my brain and still have lapses of concentration, with fatique. But has anyone else had this pain develop in their hands and feet. My doctor thinks it could be central post stroke pain. Could anyone give me advise about this or share their experience, I would very much appreciate any support or advise please. Warm Regards Bev x
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