Lil Posted June 23, 2012 Share Posted June 23, 2012 My hubby had a SAH on March 31st of this year and two other aneyrysms as well. On April 1st he went into surgery and 2 out of the 3 were coiled. It was about 5 days later that they found the 3rd aneurysm and he just had that coiled two days ago- on June 19th. I am an American living in South Korea and so we have had so many other hurdles of being treated in a hospital where we aren't fluent in the languagle. We've been given very little information and reading about SAH's on the net makes me sick to my stomach to know that we have survived it. Finding a group of people to learn from and share with will prove to be a blessing to say the least. All of this was quite a shock to say the least- my husband (who is 49) has always been the epitome of health and has been to the doctors office one time in all of the 22 plus years we have been married. My hubby is doing miraculously well and we are so grateful to the Lord for our health and every day that we have together. I won't lie~ this has taken its toll on my health. I have a neckache and stabbling head pains that still haven't quit after 2 1/2 months. I honestly think I was experiencing PTSD for a while too. I've got so many questions but will leave those to another time when I have more time to type. This short introduction will have to do for now and I look forward to 'meeting' everyone on the forums. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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