Vicky.W Posted November 18, 2018 Share Posted November 18, 2018 Two months ago I had bilateral NASAH of frontal lobe during endoscopy. I notified DVLA. On checking DVLA website it says I need "documented normal cerebral angiogram" before being allowed to drive again. My neurologist said a few weeks at time of discharge and nothing was mentioned about cerebral angiogram. I have no neurological problems, no seizures and did not lose consciousness. Do I have to subject myself to this risky and costly procedure? Does the NHS do this anyway - they are already strapped for cash. Shall I just sell my car? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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