Sarahsilly Posted February 18, 2014 Share Posted February 18, 2014 Hello from a newbie here I suffered a SAH a few weeks ago in the company of my ten year old, understandably she is worried about me now I'm home and we are both alone as I am a single parent. I had an unexpected bleed caused by a burst aneurysm and I was taken to hospital to undergo coiling, although they have said I have another aneurysm but they have left this one alone saying they rarely bleed in this location?!! I am left with double vision and speech problems and sometimes I get weakness on my left side if I do too much. I don't know if that's normal? I unfortunately had vasoapasm which was treated by the noradrenaline route and I nearly died. I feel on egg shells, conscious of my little girls worries, who now sleeps with her door wide open in fear of my demise. I try to be flippant however this has been a major shock and I am scared to even sneeze let alone cough! I am sure I am not alone? How the heck do we get through this?!!! I don't know how to begin. I've no cash and need to visit the shop up the road for example and I can't even dare to do this! Fear of falling down, becoming ill again. Any advice will be greatly appreciated!!! Thank you Sarah xxx Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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