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Hello, everyone, I am grateful to be part of this site! My 3-aneuryism SAH recovery is going well and I hope it will be so for all of you reading this. My chief complaint is an unexplained (to me) feeling that my head is full of water or jellow - my voice echoes, I feel unsteady and have trouble forming my words. I can't tie the occurrences to any particular situation, nor can I do so when it resolves. The occurrences only happen when I am awake and can last anywhere from an hour to all day. Has anyone else experienced this? Due to the pandemic, I can't get to my doctor and this issue is becoming more and more concerning. Thank you in advance to anyone who has a similar experience or comment!
Hi all, The last year hasn't been too bad. I can cross vision off the list, leaving me just a few niggling things. One of this is my speech. Again, shouldn't be too bad, but comes out to be an annoyance if I'm nervous and stressed. I can't think of the right words - that would normally come without any problems. Grrr! Anyway, this turns out to be quite upsetting because I need to get a new job (no further contracts). Shouldn't be a problem, really? My brain works, and everything should be fine. But in the interview, I panic and then I can't answer properly - much worse than previously. A dream job unlike normally too. What should I do? Should I see how this pans out? If I don't get the job, forget and move on? Or should I send a follow-up, mention my background as to why some of my answers were stuttery and ? Off now to spend the rest of the day 😭 My husband says I'm meant to be happy that I'm alive, so I know this should be nothing 😳