Kazroz Posted February 13, 2011 Share Posted February 13, 2011 Hello All I went to see my occupational Health doc this week and believe it or not she really helped me We discussed my return to work and she was really supportive with the idea that the most successful returns are those that are taken slowly. This is what I have learned from using this site!!! Anyway I posted a thread about wrapping annies a few weeks ago and still did not feel very confident about them. The OH doc told me that they are wrapped when not suitable for clipping and the wrapping causes calcium deposits that harden them up and therefore help to prevent a bleed. This helped explain why the scarring from the wrapping caused the seizure I had!. She got this from the notes sent by the neurosurgeon to her. I think it brings it home that old chestnut "Are we really prepared for the recovery process when no one tells us in normal speak the full facts??":crazy: This is not intended as a criticism of anyone but I believe many members are right when they say we need to raise the profile of SAH and the recovery process. Once again Thank goodness for this site!!!! Love Karen xx Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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