Guest kjo Posted April 18, 2007 Share Posted April 18, 2007 Hello friends, it is touching to read the SAH stories. And my sincere thanks to Karen for helping out so many SAH victims with this site. My father recently- a fortnight back suffered SAH. After undergoing all the tests- CT Angio, Spine Angio, MRA of cerebral vessels the doctors could not detect the root cause of the SAH. But occurence of SAH was confirmed. I would request if anyone has similar experience with SAH with no root cause traced. My father is back home, but has intermittent headache and feels sleepy most of the day. Please let me know if anyone of you have faced similar experiences. He has been asked by doctors to visit and probably may have to undergo Brain Angio after 4- 6 weeks. I did some research on net and found that, in around 15% of people diagnosed with SAH, no cause/ origin of SAH could be traced. Is it the limitation of technology or a one time event. Doctors assume the origin of SAH in the spine. But none of the medical investigations could eiter prove brain or spine origin for SAH. Any inputs/ experiences will be highly appreciated. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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