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Hi everyone, Today marks my 4 year NASAH anniversary! March 28, 2015, just two days after my 40th birthday, I experienced 'the headache'. I knew something was wrong within minutes and had my first ambulance ride to our local hospital. They thought I had an aneurysm so they rushed me to the trauma hospital the next city over. A few hours later a neurologist told me I had blood on the brain. He never used the term SAH, NASAH or stroke, just blood on the brain. When I was discharged days later, I asked, what happened to me? What is this called so I know my medical history
Hi, I am new to this so I apologise if I am not writing in the correct forum. I already have a post in the SAH part. I am a 22 year old non smoking female. Looking for some advice from people who have experienced Permiesencephalic Sah ?? I have recently been to A&E for a severe headache, it started off as a bad migraine. I thought nothing of it as I had a cold and thought it was turning into the flu, I could not walk or bare any light I had pins and needles in my left leg and they would often feel weak. - diagnosis was sinusitis on my left side. However, a consulta
Hello all: I had a NASAH almost a year ago on November 13, 2014. Like many others I had the quick onset of a brutal headache like nothing I had ever had before. Having suffered migraines in the past I knew that this was different. And bad. It felt like my skull was being pulled down into my shoulders and the back of my head felt like it was on fire. An ice pack did nothing but aggravate me and Tylenol 3 didn't even touch it. I had my daughter drive me to the Emergency Room at Lethbridge Regional Hospital. By this time I was slurring my words, what words I could actually get
3 months ago I was at the gym when I had my SAH. I don't remember much being in the hospital for 2 1/2 weeks, but I remember having the SAH. I didn't have an aneurysm though. It just bled, as I was told by my doctor, from the base of my brain. My recovery has been pretty good, but unfortunately I did have to have a shunt put in. To be honest, this pretty much terrifies me if the shunt malfunctions. Maybe I'm overreacting, but what happens to one when the shunt malfunctions? Will I have enough time to get to the hospital? I've looked into getting a Endoscopic Third Ventriculostomy.