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  1. Posted on behalf of trish103 - Please respond to trish103 I am going into 2 years in November 2018 since my hemorrhage and my Shunt put in I have some I also had seizure back in February this year has any one else had a seizure I feel like my eyes are always dry and tired and are getting worse since my eye appointment last September I am going back to eye doctor this September does anyone experience problems with there eyes and ear when I get a cold it all feels worse because where the shunt is behind my ear I always feel clogged. Does anyone else feel this or had a seizure? trish1013
  2. 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. I'm going to an appointment next week and going to ask the doctor if I'm a candidate for that surgery. Anyway, does having a shunt terrify anyone else here other than me? Paul.
  3. I wanted to take a poll from people with shunts: 1) Do you get headaches from the shunt? 2) Any pressure like high or low? 3) Or do you not feel anything at all?
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