On June 12 2006 I had a hemorrhagic stroke. At the hospital my family was informed that I would not make it to the morning.
on sunday 1/8/06 driving home from sunday services and about to drive my two neices back to macon ga , accompanied by my mother-thank God, my mother noticed me driving outside my lane, looked over
I've been a T-9 paraplegic since 1978 but was fortunate to have been employed by a large chemical company since 1969.
I was 35 when I had my stroke, with a 10 month old baby at home and a 6 yr. old. when I was hit with a disection of my carotid artery,which happened in my doctors office.
I suffer a stroke in 1998. It was an AVM. At the time I was a university administrator At first, I could not talk, write, etc. I gave you my position and worked part-time for the university.
My husband George, of 32 yrs had a stroke 2 years ago.He was hospitalized almost an entire year because of the severity of it.
I am a stroke survivor due to having brain surgery-- the swelling of my brain caused it. I woke up 6am on April 24, 2009 100% paralyzed on my right side.
No one in the house knew why I was walking into walls,nor could they make out why I was jibbering like a baby.In Feb 2006 I suffered a severe brain injury that left me in a coma for some time.
A SCARY MOMENT NOT ONLY FOR ME BUT FOR MY FAMILY OCTOBER 16 OF 2009 .WENT TO MY GIRL FRIENDS HOUSE I REMEMBER IT WAS A COLD NIGHT I WAS INSTALLING KITCHEN CABINETS.MY FRIEND WAS BY MY SIDE WHEN THA
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