SamB Posted October 25, 2009 Share Posted October 25, 2009 Hi I only had my SAH 2 and a half weeks ago and am probably still in a bit of shock. Luckily, I was rehearsing with my choir, actually in a hospital, at the time the SAH occured!I was whizzed thru A&E, had a CT scan and was transferred to the QE Hospital within hours. Fortunately I have had no "damage", and didn't need any teatment as it wasn't caused by an annurism or similar. However, this is the problem: I can find very little info reguarding this kind of SAH, all the info seems to relate to SAH caused by annurisms/vessel damage. The Consultant has not given me any advice relating to recovery, literally saying go home and rest, and just get on with your life. I am still coming to terms with the fact that I could have died or been left paralysed, and don't really know what I'm supposed to do to 'take it easy'. I am very lucky to have no pain or discomfort, but I am spending a lot of time bursting into tears and feeling a bit lost. Anyone with a similar experience?? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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