I had a subarachnoid haemorrhage 23 years ago now. I was very lucky because I was in a sports centre where lots of people knew me. I was circuit training when it happened and I was told at the time 85% of people don't survive it and being female and in my age group only 1% survive. I have had many problems since but luckily my personality changed for the best. I have a very positive attitude, my glass is always half full!
I flew to the Isle of Man 3 years ago to attend my fathers funeral and then had a stroke the following morning. Luckily I was staying with my stepsister who had been at the hospital so much with my dad she just put me in her car and drove me there straight away. Once again I have side affects and have now had it confirmed that I have new aneurisms where my last one was clipped but they go behind the original clip so they are now monitoring me every year.
My main reason for writing is that I have put on a lot of weight now that I don't do excercise. I am constantly hungry and even when I have just eaten I still feel hungry. I cannot bring myself to go exercising other than walking. I know I need to loose this weight but am wondering if there is anything I can do to stop the hunger.
This seems silly in respect of my medical history but I know I need help.