Elaine galer Posted April 16, 2019 Share Posted April 16, 2019 Hi i had a subarachnoid haemorrhage 30 years ago shortly after the birth of my son. It was successfully clipped and, although the bone flap never healed properly things were okish. On December 2017, a small boil appeared at the wound site. Several courses of antibiotics later and it still wouldn’t heal. Eventually it turned out that the bone flap was infected and I had it removed in feb 2018. In feb this year I had a titanium plate put in as I hated having such a large portion of skull missing. Unfortunately, just after the staples were removed several leaks appeared and csf was leaking. This time I had plastic surgery to repair the original wound. I am now recovering from this but am concerned re the amount of fluid that is building up at the wound site. Any advice/ reassurance would be gratefully received! Thanks Elaine Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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