Ian Posted December 24, 2017 Share Posted December 24, 2017 Hi all, I had a SAH way back in 1991 so I’m quite familiar with the subject but now I find myself as a carer and it’s equally challenging. My partner, Mo had a SAH that required clipping nearly 3 weeks ago. She spent a week in critical care, two weeks in a high dependency unit and is now on a general ward, they forecast she may be there for another 2-3 weeks. Mo’s issues at the moment are that she is in complete denial that she had a haemorrhage, preferring to claim an alien implant removal and a total fixation with going home by any means. I suppose both of these things indicate that she is detached from reality and possibly experiencing ICU delerium still. Have any other carers/family members experienced this scenario? Any shared stories or advice would be very welcome. Thanks, Ian. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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