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Tomorrow is one year from my life changing PMSAH. I'm doing well, according to my doctors and friends and overall I'm pretty good. On the outside I am very well. In my brain it's a day to day roller coaster ride. Sometimes I'm 100%, sometimes the left side of my head goes numb, my ears ring, I get light headed, I feel like my mind is out of my body, my neck and trap get tight, and, of course, the anxiety causes me to wake up in the middle of the night with my heart pounding through my chest. Oh yeah, and exercise other than walking, knocks me out for a few days. My doc thinks that
My husband had a PMSAH at the end of December 2016. Three weeks after the event, he developed tinnitus that has become completely debilitating. What have others with tinnitus found to be effective in reducing (or, ideally) eliminating the tinnitus? My husband has tried acupuncture, chiropractor, diet changes, and hearing aids. The hearing aids made it worse, has anyone else experienced that? He's only had them for two weeks but wants to stop wearing them because they only seem to make everything worse. Thanks in advance for any help you can provide. Amy
Hello all, I am so happy to have found you here! After an emotionally difficult day last Saturday I spent 45minutes searching google, looking for something other than medical reports on PM-NASAH. I was looking for support, I knew it must be out there, but it sure took some teary time to find it. And, here you are. I am so relieved to not be alone on this journey. My name is Riane, I am 42 years old. I live on Denman Island, a small island on the coast of British Columbia, in Canada. The resident population of Denman is 1500 people. That number increases by another 1000 in the summer as man