Guest Vtak Posted October 10, 2006 Share Posted October 10, 2006 My name is Varun. My mom just had an anterior communicating subarachnoid hemmorhage. She just went through a surgical clipping with a temporary ventriculostomy 72 hrs ago. The response time for treatment was rapid as my dad took her to the hospital immediately and she got a quick diagnosis. She is able to move all extremities and is able to say simple 1 letter words.... but i am really scared for her. I am not able to comprehend the fact that this happened to anyone in my family... and moreover her. She has been in good health and is the only one who watches what she eats. She has had hypertension but she has been regular with her bp meds. I am here to just seek information regarding any ways we can make her recovery better and to really know what to expect now that this has occured... i know they say she will have memory problems and could have some personality changes but i think family perspective is different from a clinical prognosis, Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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