I had a subarachnoid haemorrhage (basilar artery aneurysm) in 1989. About a year later, a friend gave me a book entitled "Stroke"! I said "I haven't had a stroke I've had a haemorrhage"...."Read the book..." And yes, my haemorrhage is a type of stroke. A bit upset to have had a stroke at tender age of 27!! Another poster commented on the lack of aftercare...trust me it was even worse then...i.e. non-existent! My "therapist" was my amazing mother, who got me physically fit in a couple of months, but the memory took years to recover. I would be happy to be there for anyone who has had a stroke whilst young...I am full of good tips...basically do the opposite of most of what I did and you'll recover more quickly
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