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Hi, Im Gemma and I'd like to tell you my mother's story and ask some advice from anyone out there who can relate. my mum had her SAH 6 weeks ago (7/3/17) My mum is 50, very fit, non smoker. She found out she had an aneurysm 8 years ago, as it was small she was advised to just have it monitored each year and was told it wasn't at risk from rupture. She had a seizure and went into a comma 3 minutes after the headache and sickness started. Her SAH was graded as 5 (highest grade) as she was in a comma with GCS 3 on admission and did not regain any consciousne
I have been fitted with a vp shunt (April 2014) and would like to go on holiday abroad. Although i have been told by my surgeons/neurologists that its ok to fly, i am unsure and have nightmares and major anxieties regarding this matter. Im sure it would help me, knowing others who are in my situation that have been abroad and flown. I would much appreciate anyones feedback on this. Thankyou. Look forward to your replies. Sammy