Kathleen Lewis Posted January 27, 2018 Share Posted January 27, 2018 Hi, My name is Kathleen. I had my SAH on Sept. 21, 2017. I was seen by a Dr earlier in the day on the 20th for another medical condition and was told to watch for headache. Early morning i woke to go to the bathroom and had a horribly bad head. I laid back down and laid very still due to headache. A little later the headache become more then I could bear. My husband called Dr and said I should be seen. I was told i needed to be seen by a bigger hospital and life flight to Seattle with Brain bleed. I was there two weeks in ICU and sent home. Four months ago, I still get debilitating headaches constantly. Blurry vision and forget what I read. In middle of a conversation my mind goes blank. I don't drive to as blurry vision when headaches get strong. I can only describe as an axe in side of head, a rusty nail or a hot knife being jabbed in head. The pain at times still shoots down my back. I feel like no one believes me and I'm drug seeking. Been taken off pain meds, then put back on. I have no life, as most time I'm in my dark room trying to stay stress free. When will this stop? Because I feel like no one belives me. Barely hanging on here. Am i insane or is this still happening? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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