Hi, I am in a similar position (East Yorks UK). My 35 fiance just bent down & was hit with a violent headache & now has a severe stutter. In has been in the hopsital 6 days on morphine for the pain. We are awaiting MRI etc, the basic CT on addmission was Ok. This happened in 2007 but he was discharged after 24hrs it took six months to settle down though he never was 100% the same as before. Although there was supposed to be a follow up we could nt get anything done. I hopeethis time we will get to the reason.If yu hear anything could you let me know please. There isn't as much freely available info in the UK as there is in the USA.
If you want to catch up or chat for support just drop me an e mail as I'm not good on IT & dont do facebook etc at the moment -- thhough I may start.
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