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  1. I am just wondering, now that I am 2 1/2 years post SAH, and still suffering from dizziness/vertigo, and constant head/neck pain and pressure (I have other medical conditions), if anyone else has this. Although my medications list "dizziness" as a side effect, I have forgotten to take my noon dose of Gabapentin (Neurontin) Zanaflex and Topiramate on many occasions and noticed that my dizziness/vertigo yet worsens within 2 hours of a missed dose. Does anyone else feel constant head pressure and dizziness, despite medications? Even taking Vicoprofen (7.5 hydrocodone/200 mg. Ibuprofen) does not take the head pain/pressure totally away). I have to pretty much knock myself out with meds to sleep at night, taking Klonopin and Zanaflex. The pain at "dose" time, 5:30 a.m., awakes me. Has anyone been approved for Social Security Disability following SAH? I cannot perform any kind of work with this constant head pain. I was a paralegal for 35 years, which requires a lot of sitting. I had my appeal hearing yesterday and the occupational expert stated I could do work such as assembling small parts or being a mail sorter, although I also suffer from bi-later carpel tunnel syndrome (constant, throbbing hand/forearm pain). The constant head pain is agonizing, and I do not know how they think I could be standing to be a mail sorter when I have arthritis in my feet/ankles. I have had injections in them also. My attorney did raise the point -- would any employer want to take the risk of me being there on all of the medications I take? I am literally miserable and enjoy very few things in life that I used to do. Friends have all backed away from me, I guess because I can no longer do things I used to do and I am no longer as fun to be around. So, I do things alone like walk my dog, despite my foot pain, as that is about all I can do to not think about the pain. True, I do sit at this computer and type, but my hands are in horrible pain that keeps me awake at night. I wear hand braces on both hands to sleep but often take them off in frustration because the Velcro tangles in the sheets when I toss and turn. Your input is greatly appreciated !
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