I can't believe it, I missed it... The 6 month milestone after decompression surgery, The one that I had told myself before even entering hospital would be the most important milestone to get to and ...I missed it. My half Birthday for losing a little of my skull seemed like such an important date to remember. I had big plans to celebrate by doing something "mad" I think in actual fact I spent it in work and didn't even notice it had came and went. Im now 7 months post op whi
*** Disclaimer these hospital blogs are going to be information heavy and will have some interesting graphic moments but I will always have a warning before these just in case you yourself will be having these procedures and you don't want to know in depth about them or that graphic explanation just isn't your thing - its my thing and I read a lot about it and felt so informed before I went through this but I know its not everyone's cup of tea *** No matter how much you prep
Wow its been a while and such an interesting few weeks, this is just a quick update for now then im going to do some day by day updates. But long story short, I'm Alive and doing surprisingly well. I cant quite believe that im writing those words after two brain operations in one week! I also had a such an interesting rollercoaster with every emotion you can imagine. I learned a few things along the way ... heres my top 10! all will be explained ;) 1. *I never learned this I'
I was diagnosed almost two years ago .... 1year and 10 months ago to be exact, This was one of the first blogs I ever wrote (I've been stockpiling these blogs on paper for a while) The word bounced around like setting off a firework in a cave ,hitting every part of that well oiled machine that seems to be the root of the problem. It’s so strange being so fascinated by other people’s brains and finding neurology so fascinating, fascinating to the point of friends buying you bo