diane rhedey Posted October 10, 2007 Share Posted October 10, 2007 Hello first of all its so good to be able to share all your stories thanks for having me. There is a question thats been bothering me for some time and until now I haven't had anyone to ask. In most of the articles I've read the majority of SAH's are caused by aneurysms but they couldn't find the cause of mine even after 3 seperate angiograms, and untold ct scans they put the second bleed down to a weakness caused after the 2nd angiogram and vomiting when my gall bladder got inflamed, at the time they thought I'd require further surgery thinking the shunt wouldn't be able to cope but thankfully it did, it's all pretty hairy as I was not really with it in those early days, Has anyone had the same or similar that can point me in the right direction and set my mind at rest. ie could it happen again?? as there wasn't anything to fix although I do have a nice hole in the side of my skull where the drain was and this bumpy thing in the back of my head that drains into my tummy (shunt) I'm amazed at technology today. Thanks for listening. Diane xx Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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