ericy Posted July 26, 2011 Share Posted July 26, 2011 Hey everyone. So gald I found this forum. I had my PSAH (will have my 2nd angiogram tomorrow to see if an aneurysm shows up or not as the first was negative) on 7/18 after I came off of the field playing in a soccer game. After a CT, LP, CT angiography, angiogram, MRI, and MRV the docs diagnosed me with a perimesencephalic SAH. Doing fairly well, been home 5 days and taking it very easy. Headache is mild at best, but do have that "fuzzy" feeling in my head, some tinnitus, a "stopped up" feeling in my left ear (feels like I have a hangover and water in my ears). Moving quickly is not fun, but getting better. The worst pain I have now, which can be intense but brief, is a pain along my sacrum and both buttocks that is throbbing (and corresponds to a similar throbbing but mild in my head) that lasts for 5-10 seconds after I stand up from sitting or lying down. Anyone else have / had this? Hope my test tomorrow comes out well. Just found out from my GP yesterday that my first CT scan that they thought was negative actually showed the bleed in retrospect after the MRI/MRV results. Up until now the LP was thought to have been positive only due to the trauma of the test. I look forward to chatting and sharing with you all. Oh, I almost forgot - also have a lot of adverse nerve tension in both legs - can't raise them straight up, straighten out my knees when sitting, or bend over yet. And, last but not least, straining in the bathroom is met with the same sacral / buttock pain. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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