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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 we
  2. My partner had his bleed on 7th Sept. he had his operation and had 2 aneurysms coiled on the 9th. He was then discharged from hospital on 18th. since being home he has suffered pains in his lower back,buttocks and legs but the paracetamol has not helped. More recently he has been using heat pads and a hot water bottle which has eased it a little but now he feels the headaches more. He can’t take Codeine as it makes him feel really ill, on top of this he now has a cold. He rarely sleeps for more than 3-4 hours in a day and onl
  3. 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 no
  4. Hi, everyone. I'm new here so allow me to introduce myself. My name is Deb, married with 3 children. I had my SAH on July 17th. I was running a bath and at firs just felt a bit odd, like I was watching the bath fill through a fog. I stood to turn on the cold tap and collapsed to the floor when I came around the bath was full! I tried to stand and realised my left side wasn't working, I felt (and heard) a kind of snap in my ankle and fell to the floor again. Somehow I managed to drag myself downstairs to tell my husband. I was then suddenly hit with the most horrific pain
  5. Hi there, My mum is 48 and had a SAH on the 19th of March 2014. She had the coil operation on the 20th of March and was discharged from hospital on Monday the 7th of April. Whilst in hospital my mum also had vasospasm, seizures and hydrocephalus. A lumbar drain was used to deal with the hydrocephalus and she is on keppra 500mg for the seizures. I was so pleased to have mum home and have been doing my best to look after her but she has had a constant sore head since she's been home. She tells me that the pain isn't getting worse but some days she can barely do anything apart from sleep or h
  6. Hey everyone. So gald I found this forum. I had my PSAH (will have my 2nd angiogram tomorrow to see if an aneurysm shows up or not as the first was negative) on 7/18 after I came off of the field playing in a soccer game. After a CT, LP, CT angiography, angiogram, MRI, and MRV the docs diagnosed me with a perimesencephalic SAH. Doing fairly well, been home 5 days and taking it very easy. Headache is mild at best, but do have that "fuzzy" feeling in my head, some tinnitus, a "stopped up" feeling in my left ear (feels like I have a hangover and water in my ears). Moving quickly is not fun,
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