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  1. Hello my name is Simone. I am excited and nervous to have this resource. My husband found it for me over a year ago. I have read many post and feel comfort knowing that I am not alone in my struggles and victories. In 2016 I had a Hemorrhagic stroke due to postpartum preeclampsia. The bleeding was in my right Occipital lobe and affected my vision. Recovery has been hard and I am not who I was prior to my stroke, but thankful to be here with a new sense and perspective in life. Flash forward to 2020 I am pregnant again and very nervous. I will try to post, when
  2. A crease line on your earlobe (known as Franks Sign) is purported to be a tell-tale sign of a stroke and heart disease (I'm obviously focused more on the stroke example being a survivor of an SAH). The Daily Mail (see link here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-4548952/Ear-lobe-crease-tell-tale-sign-stroke.html said that scientists who examined 241 people who had experienced a stroke found more than three-quarters of them had the mark. It's thought that clogging of the arteries which increases the risk of a stroke also leads to poor blood supply to the ear lobes causing
  3. Hey everyone, So on 02/03/2012 I had a brain haemorrhage due to an AVM in brain (which I had no idea about). It was too deep inside my brain to operate on without causing some serious damage, so later I discovered they could do gamma knife surgery so the veins will swell up over 2-5 years. I was in the second year of university at the time and I've repeated it since with my marks intact. Now exams are coming up and I'm not sure if I'm ready. But it's been a whole year since it happened so I don't know if I'm being lazy/a wuss or I still can't go back. Also the problem is that even if I repe
  4. Hi my name is Dave. I am needing any help feedback, as to whether anyone else seems to have or have had recurring stroke like symptoms, 3years after a small stroke. 8years ago, at 39 yrs old I was a senior manager at a large uk ftse company, I then had a massive nervous breakdown. This was due to 20years of 15hour day 6days a weeks workaholic lifestyle, in business management and also running my own parttime business as well as working for private and public companies. I was and still suffering with hypertension, high cholesterol, and abnormal heart electrical QT wave signal diagnosed when
  5. 3years ago I had a mild stroke, and since that day, ive been having TIA type attacks near daily. WHY? I need answers and help PLEASE. Hi my name is Dave. I am requiring any help feedback, as to whether anyone else seems to have or have had recurring stroke like symptoms, 3years after a small stroke. With the help of my wife and others, I have compiled this. 8years ago, at the age of 39 yrs. I was a high flying energetic senior manager within a large uk-ftse. company, I had worked for many corporations in a senior position very successfully, however I suffered a massive nervous breakdown.
  6. :redface:Hi everyone ) My name is Melissa, I am 26 years old, and about 8 months ago just after my 26th birthday I suffered a stroke which has left me with a four inch blood clot in my brain - I have been diagnosed with CVST or Cerebral Venous Sinus Thrombosis. I am undergoing warfarin treatment for this. I also have Intracranial Hypertension, for which I am awaiting an operation to insert a shunt into my head and attach it to my stomach. I also have epilepsy which I have had since I was 13 - I suffer from JME or Janz Syndrome Epilepsy and I take medication for this. I have tried tirelessly t
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