Susan O'Neal Posted May 8, 2018 Share Posted May 8, 2018 First, Thank all of you for the warm welcome in the SAH Anniversary Section. I needed that more than I thought. It is such a relief to know I am not alone. I don't have much memory of the last 2 or 3 years, so this is what I was told. April 28th 2017. My husband (then fiancee) and I were heading home on the motorcycle when another motorcycle passed us at the bottom of a hill. When we got to the top of the hill, and a blind spot in the road, was the other bike stopped, blocking both lanes. We hit him, EMS came and life flighted me to the hospital. My husband was life flighted also. He broke his leg ( still healing )and his arm. Just had surgery the other day on it. Will need at least one more on his arm. Now what I remember. Not being able to move and the sound of the helicopter getting closer and someone says. "Relax, that's for you." Coma dreams I don't like remembering. Waking up,realizing I am in the hospital and 2 strange women that said I was in an accident. Realizing the women were 2 of my daughters. Seeing my husband before 1 of his surgeries. Someone handing me a cane and telling me to walk. Me saying I can't stand, I'm dizzy. Waking up on the floor with my mouth all ******. My teeth still hurt. Being at my parents house and another daughter calling 911 on me. A day in the psychiatric hospital. ( was in for 3 ) Going home and a little dog. ( had to be told it was mine. Had my house broken into and robbed by friends. Moving 2 times until my husband got out of rehab. Moving 3 more times , got married and moved again. My father died 1 month ago. That's my story. Only found out what was wrong with me because I wanted to know how spiders got in my head. I had a tSAH and a SDH. PTSD and anxiety from the psychiatric hospital. Otherwise I haven't seen a doctor. Does anyone have any ideas on how long the PTSD lasts? That's the worst for me. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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