Deborah Posted February 1, 2021 Share Posted February 1, 2021 Hi! I'm writing from NY and I'm scheduled to go for my follow-up angiogram. I had a mild SAH and they have not found any cause. I was in Intensive Care for 10 days, and have been home since to late December. I did have an emergency angiogram at the hospital, but now he wants to just be sure that there is no aneurysm showing up and check that all is ok. I am worried and my head keeps going to the possibility of a complication, like they say you can have a stroke. Last time all was fine but a small leak in my groin. I have been feeling really well. Headaches and burning in my head and neck starting to really subside. Does anyone have any advice for fear in going to a follow up angiogram? I know the stats are small of major complication but I'm still really afraid thinking do I really need this and if I do that's fine but what if I'm fine now and come out with something wrong? I trust my neurosurgeon, so that is a comfort of sorts to me. We are having a major snowstorm and I don't know if I'll even be able to get there! Thanks so much. Best, Debbie Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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