Hi, I had a Wallenburg 3 years ago .I have to say that I look at my life before the stroke and that life is gone. A new way of feeling , living, coping with all of the discomforts and the things we cannot do anymore, it is very hard at times . The recovery the fight, relearn, retrain your brain and body very hard on us all, try to stay strong we all could be dead or worse off. Normal, before will never be it is a new you and not the before stroke you. Morning our life before go ahead sometimes and cry very hard but for those that love you and for yourself keep strong and hope for the good days when the symptoms are not so strong, I take no meds for pain or depression ( sometimes I think about but stop I need to feel the new me ), just aspirin to keep blood thin, omega 3 / 2000 mg twice a day, working outside of the house No, not strong enough yet??Think about that often, I would like to but the memory, quick thinking is just not there. I am so sorry for all of us who have suffered these types of strokes, keep strong it is your life now and you have to do it proud!View Thread
I had a wallenberg stroke in december 2009 and I think I am starting premenopause? I have not had dizzyness since the stroke but two weeks ago it started and I am not feeling right, I was driving and had to stop then had a panic attack I think, not sure what is going on, with the temperature problem with the stroke I am not sure if it is hot flashes or what, could you tell me more how to are feeling with your premenopause symptome!View Thread
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