Tracie Posted August 27, 2015 Share Posted August 27, 2015 Hi everybody I'm Tracie and I had a Spontaneous SAH on 21st July this is my first post. I have a follow up tomorrow with my Consultant through my Bupa which is provided as part of my work package. I'm so glad I have so many unanswered questions and feel like I left hospital unprepared for what lies ahead with little or no advice on what to expect or how to tackle issues. I have even called my GP to actually discuss what happened to me and try and get some of my questions answered. It seems I am not alone in this respect after reading a few of the posts. Like most I have really good day where you feel completely normal and then days where I just want curl up and block out the pressure in my head, but it seems from what I have read these bad days will start to subside as I progress, after all the brain is a very complex organ responsible for us as a human being functioning and communicating both emotionally. And physically. I have found that a good cry is the only thing that releases the pressure in my head. It has been very comforting to read the many posts on this site because you really do feel alone. What I have also noticed is more women than men post I wonder if this is a factor? Or is it than women are just more open Tracie Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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