When Blake was born she suffered a stroke, the stroke caused a hemorrhage on the back side of her little brain. Fast forward to Blake sitting unsupported, all it took was her falling backwards once before daddy got online and got her this!!! 🤣🤣 We of course worry about seizure triggers for her since she’s already prone to them so head bumps scare us. it’s a walking helmet to help with the falls that come with a baby sitting and walking. IT IS NOT medically needed however it is “Daddy loves me more than anything” needed! Safe to say Blake is not a fan be is SO loved by her daddy! #daddysgirl#overprotectivedad#1yearoldbaby#47chromosomes#stroke#extrachromosome#infantilespasms#walkinghelmet#forblake#trisomy21#brainhemorrhage
Carl was suffering from a brain hemorrhage when he started chiropractic. As he received care his muscle control and feeling slowly came back. He's now able to swim again.
Carl wants to tell you to never give up. It takes effort but it's worth the results.
Today I was able to walk heel to toe in a straight line without falling over for a pretty good distance. Also was able to stand with feet together and eyes closed for about 10 seconds before needing to grab something! Can now stand on one foot for about 20 seconds also!! Balance is coming together slowly but surely!! #brainbleed#brainhemorrhage#hemorrhagicstrokesurvivor
#Bleeding in the brain (also called a brain hemorrhage or brain bleed) can happen because of an #accident, brain tumor,# stroke, or high blood pressure caused by congenital or other health conditions.
Brain bleed can reduce oxygen delivery to the #brain, create extra pressure in the brain and kill brain cells. If you’re having brain bleed symptoms, it’s crucial to get treatment as quickly as possible.
Symptoms of a brain #hemorrhage, often come suddenly. Some symptoms include:
1) Sudden, severe #headache
2) Sudden numbness, tingling, weakness or paralysis of the face, arm or leg, particularly on one side of the body
3) Difficulty with swallowing or vision
4) Loss of balance or coordination
5) Difficulty understanding, speaking (slurring nonsensical speech), reading or writing
6) Change in level of consciousness or alertness, marked by lethargy, stupor, sleepiness or coma
If there is a large amount of bleeding, surgery may be needed to drain the blood and repair damage.
Speak to Dr. Kunal Bahrani
Senior Specialist in #Neurology to learn more about Brain Hemorrhage Problems & its management.
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Rather a good week! Trundling out with George at the most incredible time of day [at 6.30?? whahaha] on our bicycles.
We are getting up the hills far better already! 😂👍🚴♂️🚴♀️
In the meantime, as I have only 15 days to prepare for Women v Cancer RIDE the NIGHT it's a tad shriekish [I know...shriek shriek!!] so George is an excellent support for me at this training attack [I sort of think I can fail. Badly. #Brainhemorrhage decisions can be slightly confusing in your own head...] Also, I'd NEVER do this at bloody 6.30 in the morning George! 😂🤣 We've done some good cycles. I am so chuffed.
AND I have the most AMAZING tutu skirt - like EVER! Check it out - thank you very very much Denise. The tutu is so cool - I love it - and the wig is totally chuckalicous! 😂👍🧚♀️
Onward and upward!