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council dweller has another stroke.

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just had another stroke after a 4 year break.

This current stroke has had far fewer effects , memory now much clearer that before (etc.)

All strokes are different so they say !

er...wow.

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15 hours ago, council dweller said:

Oddly enough they told my wife I`d be a cabbage for the rest of my life.

Instead I`ve suffered no lasting damage.

Well, theres alot of people who think HPCers have some brain damage in general

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13 minutes ago, council dweller said:

Thank you all for your kind words.

Completely back to normal now. Can`t believe it !

Keep up with the miraculous recovery. I worked on a TIA database once upon a time and 'unexpected' recoveries weren't all that uncommon. Seems we are far from knowing everything that goes on up there.

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Yes Maynard gravy, this is true. Though I did have haemorragic stokes......either of which should have killed me. I`m inclined to aid research but then again maybe not.

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On 11/21/2017 at 5:18 AM, council dweller said:

Oddly enough they told my wife I`d be a cabbage for the rest of my life.

Instead I`ve suffered no lasting damage.

Are these incompatible statements? ;)

They said I'd never play the violin again you know.

Anyhow, glad to hear you are back to normal. Are they sure it was a proper stroke and not a TIA?

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I was in a hospital for ward 7 weeks. I was first in the trauma ward followed by a `cleaning` ward (during which time our ward was cleaned) and finally in a stroke ward for the last 2 weeks. Then they quickly got rid of me.

The neuro doctors must have made the cockups to end all cockups. Idiots in love with their own egos.

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On 20/11/2017 at 6:37 PM, council dweller said:

just had another stroke after a 4 year break.

This current stroke has had far fewer effects , memory now much clearer that before (etc.)

All strokes are different so they say !

er...wow.

Look after yourself CD.

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On 11/20/2017 at 6:37 PM, council dweller said:

just had another stroke after a 4 year break.

This current stroke has had far fewer effects , memory now much clearer that before (etc.)

All strokes are different so they say !

er...wow.

Do you mean that the second stroke corrected the memory loss from the first stroke?

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 Well,  having thought about it could well have been a TIA. The ambulance drivers could not find anything  wrong with me so took me in to `be on the safe side`. And then one thing leads to another..

Anyway, I went for a half mile run this morning....felt good.

Also I`m doing meditation (James Doty, meditate on compassion 2 or 3 times a day.) This too seems easy.

 

Thank you Crash, Turns out, Bruce and all. Much appreciated

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On 11/23/2017 at 3:40 AM, fru-gal said:

Get well soon. Do you take baby aspirin? Aren't they supposed to help decrease the likelihood of having a stroke especially if you have already had one?

Thrombrotic strokes yes. If CD had a haemorraegic stroke I think Asprin is contraindicated.

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