Guest Posted January 5, 2014 Share Posted January 5, 2014 January 5, 2012-January 5, 2014 Its hard to believe that 2 years has passed since my NASAH. I'm doing well. I was one of the few people that made a quick and complete recovery. A significant bleed in my right parietal lobe did not require more than a 3 week hospital stay, as the bleed was under control; anti-seizure and pain meds did their job. A couple of months of physio, mainly sensory and fine motor skill issues, to get back to daily routines. Back to work and all activities within six months. No problems with headaches or fatigue and I am not on any medication. A slight change to my hearing, but that could come with age regardless. Every day I am thankful for a complete recovery and count my blessings. In a sense, this all seems surreal, as if it happened to someone else and I've read their story as it doesn't seem like mine. I like to give hope to others that these incidents can result in a return to your 'old life'. I am thankful to the people on this site that supported me and the friends I made off board. There's no other place like this. You guys are top drawer! Just dropping in to say hello. I hope everyone's doing ok. Sue Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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