On Part One - i mentioned my nightmare was began, but the nightmare seems keep on continued.
One of those day in April, I was driving to work. I started find double vision with my eyes and a bit of dizzy. I must spend a lot of driving to work. So i decided to get my eye sign sort out as soon as possible since I had not have my eyes checked for while. It was perhaps time to get a new glasses. I was kind of excited about it. It was only a bit of dizzness, i believed that will go eventually.
So my eyes were checked with a new pair of contact lenses and glasses with frame prescription done. But my vision had not been improved and the dizzness was getting worse. The dizziness forced me stop working. I have to go back to work, i love my work and my clients.One Saturday late afteroon, I had to go to see a local After Hour General Patitioner and he diagnosed I was having Vertigo and suggested i should go to consult my regular GP. A few days later, I was diagnosed by my regular GP I was actually having BBPV(Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo ) I was referred to a local Physio for treatment immediately. My dizziness was not impoved after a couple sessions with the Physio. So I decided to go for another Physio for second opinion.
After a couple sessions, I was given a eye exercise program to practice at home. I was practicing the eye exercise at home after attended the second session with my Physio. I noticed the house was spinning so quickly , and then I started vomiting . Also started feeling numbness with my left face, lip and tongue. I can't even on my feet. Everything come so sudden "What happening to me?!" Keep Repeating to myself .I was so scared. Rang my husband. He didn't pick up the call. I was thinking "Now what!!!" Call his boss who actually our family friend. Found him and got my husband. Thank God!!!
I told my husband what was happened and he rush back home from work but the traffic was so bad at that "Helpless Friday afternoon traffic".He got home and called ambulance. Paramedics did a fantastic job.
I was rush in to Fiona Stanley Hospital Emergency Department on 28th April 2017. I had to keep my eyes closed at all time to stop myself vomitting. After I had a CT scan. CTscan show bleeding in my brain in between the cerebellum and spinal cord.
I was transferred to Sr Charles Gairdener under the care of Neurologist team.and i was diagnosed cerebellum Hemorrhagic Stroke.
Stayed in Sr Charles Gairdener for a few days, my Health conditions were continued improving and getting stable. The Hospital agreed to let me go home on 2nd May. But I was arranged to have MRI scan later...