Karen Posted May 25, 2015 Share Posted May 25, 2015 It is 6 months down the line & only now deciding to share.I finished work on a Thursday & felt a heatwave in my head which reached going down the back of my neck! I managed to speak to my husband who came, picked me up and took me to A&E.They scanned me & told me that I had a significant bleed with minimal effect. An ambulance then took me to the neuro unit who informed me that I had a ruptured cerebral aneurysm.I have read a lot of entries onto this site and I do identify with everyone: headaches, fatigue, intolerance of noise.My worst trait was trying to be normal as soon as I left hospital, as everyone thought I was okay and'when I went backwards, I don't think anyone believed me!My parents, sister, husband & daughter ( they have been incredible), but I don't want to worry them with my headaches etc.I work for the NHS and I think they would like me to return as soon as possible, it is a very busy job and at present I can't cook a meal without help.I wish I could explain the feeling of being childlike and vulnerable after SAH x (Posted by Admin on behalf of Lisa) 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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