Discussions of issues related to living with cavernous angiomas


Postby Elizabeth » Fri May 12, 2017 3:04 pm

I just saw this article today. I am affected by post stroke fatigue. While I have had an amazing recovery and I am very lucky...fatigue is a part of my "new normal". Things could be much worse...I know.. This type of fatigue can be tricky for others to understand... Heck it took me a long time to understand it. I try to stay in my comfort zone and monitor my energy...but its hard to do all the time especially with little kids. Anyone new to this or with family that "doesn't get it"...share this article. I learned it on my own, but it was hard to understand at the beginning...this article would have helped me understand what I was dealing with.
http://strokeconnection.strokeassociati ... e-Fatigue/
Diagnosed September '09 with one CM centered in the right insular cortex/basal ganglia. Saw many, many doctors and had surgery 12/10/10 with Dr. Spetzler. I am thrilled to have this bleeding thing out of my head even though I suffered a stroke during surgery. Have had/ continue to make an amazing recovery. http://www.thankfulforeveryday.blogspot.com
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Re: Fatigue

Postby Skrell » Sun May 14, 2017 6:51 am

Fatigue is the worst because instead of doing what you want to do you just want to lie down and sleep,
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