At last 2 parts - i was rush in the hospital by ambulance and the nightmare has finally begun.
During my stay in Sr Charles Hospital. The excellent neurologist team included the nurses kept close eyes on me. Blood pressure checked frequently although i had vomit for a few time at night, nurses were well looked after me.
My appetite was slowly coming back after a few days. However, i realised i walked like a drunken bunny, so i need to learn to walk again.
Since the area of the brain has injured, it affect my coordination, mobility and balance on my left. My left still mobile and have strength, i can say it move normally but it has been slow down the movement and off balance. Also I need to learn to walk properly again, physio students of Sr Charles come to exercise with me everyday during my stay. A few days later, i was released to go home by improved and stable conditions.
The hospital was so kind enough to arrange Physios RITH from Armadale Hospital, come for home visiting. RITH also arranged Physio, Occupational therapy and Councillor come to look after me who are making sure I can manage everyday life phyically and psychologically.
I got pretty tired even though only had a 30 mins training session with RITH in the beginning. They encouraged me to sleep for recovery. I normally slept for 1 to 2 hours a day. A few weeks after, my energy started coming back. I don't need to sleep that much, sometimes I don't even need to sleep at all.
RITH did a good job with me. Perhaps, my previously training routine definitively help me in some degree for this injury recovery.
My 2nd MRI was arranged on 26 May. The1st MRI Scan in the hospital what was unsucessful due to the blood stain covered up the area.
26th May, MRi scan done. Received a call from the Hospital requested to see me by a doctor......