Scoobs Posted May 9, 2012 Share Posted May 9, 2012 (edited) Hi im paul I had my SAH jan 2 2012 Id gone to bed early hours trying to make the xmas holiday last as long as i could, kissed the girlfriend good night 15 mins later i was rolling on the floor on the landing in pain felt like a rugby team was kicking my head in, i just wanted to rip my head off my shoulders girlfriend called 999 for a ambulance they took details then called back 5 mins later checking that i needed a ambulance the lady on the line said to my girlfriend can u drive him to hospital my girlfriend panick'd an just said yes so now she had to try dress me dress herself an get me down stairs once at the door she remembered it was my car on the drive at the back she never driven it . while at the door i felt sick so she passed me a little bucket finally in the car all windows froze up so i tryed to help by putting heaters on an demisted the car , off we set girlfriend panicking an checking on me as im being sick by now ( to this day i dont know how she coped with the stress) She drove the 4 miles to kings mill at Mansfield . We parked up in the car park just outside casualty i got out an staggered to casualty passing 2 ambulances parked up with four staff inside watching me i walked straight into the hospital where the ambulance drop patients off a nurse turned around an asked me if i was ok i just said its my brain she got me a stretcher the last thing i remember was my girlfriend sitting by me an holding my hand then it all went black. im now 4 months on emotions shot an a taste in my mouth that just over powers anything i eat but i'm luckier then most they the only things that have gone . if i'm honest i feel like i've cheated death ( sorry im fighting the tears back as im typing ) i woke up later in Nottingham QMC id had a drain in my head an my aneurysm had been coiled Edited June 11, 2012 by Scoobs Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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