About Me: Female, 58, Elkhart, IN, member since Aug 2012
I have survived anuersyms in my brain the biggest 9mm x 7mm which has been coiled. The other 2 were clamped via crainiotomy.
I have some medical side effects from the co
[More]il but wake up happy each day just to be here and see my son and grandson get older. The picture may scare you but every day I get out of bed I feel very thankful....
"I have a coil 9mm x 7mm in my basil artery and 2 clamps behind right ear. I fell last November and got knocked out for a time. Went to ER and found out I had Severe Concussion. Now when I lay and get up I get so very dizzy and even when ..."
"Hi sorry to hear of your troubles..I have a coil iin my baislar artery. it is 10mm x 7mm it also causes stroke/seziure like symptoms when I get stressed. Headaches are constant in daily life I found. I also had a crainiotomy 7 moths afte..."
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