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Old 10-30-2006, 01:03 AM #1
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Hi all
i know i have posted this before but just wanted to see who may had esperienced what i had experienced in 94 ....In 1994 i had sudden and sereve headache it was sooooo bad i was unable to move or speak and unconscious the the hospital wanted to do a cat scan but couldn't cause of my headache instead they did the F.A.S.T test ( F for Face - to make me smile , A - to try to make me raise my arms .. S - to try and make me speak and T for time).. after i was admitted over night for observation the wrost thing happened and that is i felt everything in my brain including the sharp head piece of my shunt .... the next morning my NS & some other doctors were doing the rounds and my NS said to them that "this patient suffered a 'sudden severe headache with unknown cause" Has it happened to anyone esle? ...yes i am going to see my new NS about it also at the end of December


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