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Hi Lynette,

Welcome to BTG.

I also think you should see your gp if you're concerned about any changes. Or do you have a neuro nurse specialist you can talk to? I was often in touch with mine over the first few months.

Are you maybe doing too much, not resting properly?

I went through so many changes during my recovery, still am. It took a good year for things to settle really.

I still hit a wall of fatigue when I do too much, have problems with speech too. It's all about accepting the new you.

Your'll find lots of advice and support on this site, make good friendships and have lots of giggles along the way too.

I wish you well with your recovery.

Take care,

SarahLou Xx

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Hi Lynette,

Welcome to BTG. It's hard sometimes to tell what is normal after sah, but if anything is worrying you, then it would be as well to mention it to your gp. You may already have done that by now, but I hope these latest symptoms improve soon for you.

Take care,

Sarah

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Hi Lynette

Welcome to the site and to the family.

I agree with the others - you should go to see your GP. I can vaguely remember someone else on here having a blood shot eye but I can't remember who exactly:roll:

Take care and look forward to chatting

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Hi Lynette,

Welcome to BTG :-D.

By bloodshot, do you mean the white of your eye is a bit red like when you're tired or spots of blood on the white? After surgery i had a line of blood on the white of my eye, but i suffered optic nerve damage during the procedure. If i get too tired I do sometimes get red/bloodshot eyes, but i think i was like that pre SAH. I agree with others, if you're worried speak to a neuro nurse or go to your Drs, they are there to help & will put your mind at rest.

Take care, Juliette xx

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Hi Lynette,

I am new to this site and just Read your message.

Hope you've sorted out any problems with your GP now. There are all sorts of strange things you get after a SAH!

I couldn't open my mouth much to eat or anything for a while. Brushing my teeth was very awkward!

I have no problem now. It didn't last long.

So take things easy and try not to worry too much, ok.

We are two Welsh newbys so keep in touch!!

Take care, Carole.

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