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Count your blessings.

Please check off the symptoms that you experience  

290 members have voted

  1. 1. Please check off the symptoms that you experience

    • Headache
    • Dizzyness
    • Tiredness
    • Lack of concentration
    • Memory problems
    • Crying
    • Problem Solving Skills
    • Lack of motivation

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I know all of these topics are discussed within the forum, but this poll may help us see visually how we fit in with the crowd. :lol:

Just remember there are no right or wrong answers to a poll. There are no points for anyone who gets the most symptoms. and the poll is confidential. No one else will know what you replied.

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It is interesting looking at the results each day.

Even with 17 members who have polled it has already proven that each and every one of us is affected differently with a SAH.

Seems like the majority of us suffer from being tired.

PS just to prove I am affected I just spent the last 5 minutes sidetracked, trying to figure out if it is proper english to say "a SAH" or "an SAH"

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That's ok Carl. I am now reading words like "Exit" as "Mexico". Go figure. I am working on that but not to hard as I will run out of my spoons if I try to juggle one more thing!

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I count my blessings every day. I am alive. I have a husband who loves me fiercely (and I, him). I have some fantastic little dogs. I have a mostly healthy body. I have great support from friends and family. I have a job I love and a business I love.

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I didn't tick crying because that is now in the past. But for about 3 weeks post SAH I could not control my emotions. It didn't matter what I was talking about it could have been anything from one of my favorite sports, basketball to the weather to my physical therapy schedule I would just break down and cry. It actually felt good though rather inconvenient when trying to carry on a conversation.

I felt it was a release of all the trauma that I had gone through from a life and death situation. I am now at the 10 month mark and just glad to be alive! I have retired now and enjoying time with my lovely wife, children and grandchildren. Life is good!

Good to be alive,

Bill C

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