Bruh
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I need to release [m]y load
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How to get up from sitting on the floor with one arm
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I've had some stroke symptoms, but in er they said becouse I'm young (20yo) and hadn't passed out "You're fine". After a few months symptoms had only a bit reduced, I went in and bought MRI test in private. Radiologists said MRI isn't showing anything wrong, but does anyone know what that bulge is?
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Sister had a stroke
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Alex Chiu's machine and rings help me recover from seizures epilepsy
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How to put on and take off a shirt with one arm
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My sister had a stroke.
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My mom is 3 1/2 months post-stroke and we made chicken pot pie together! She did most of the work, I just did the stuff she couldn't do and she coached me through everything. I'm so proud of how well she's doing. Things do get better, stay strong!
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Me on my walk
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How NOT to react to a stroke.
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Day 1 of rehab today! This is my mom after we got her all settled into her new room :) if she focuses she can smile with her whole face and I cried when she did it right after this picture got taken. Honestly such an amazing mother and I'm so glad she's feeling better.
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First night out since her stroke on 7/31/19! I'm so proud of how much my mom has improved and she's so excited to go out and see a movie with my dad!
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My mom is taking her second set of steps today a month and a half after her stroke!
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I look like I have a smirk all the time now. Trying to accept that I'm still beautiful
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Hello people, I suffered a severe stroke and almost passed away. I had an AVM right in the center of my brain, specifically along the basal ganglia and thalamus. I thought life was over. But I promise you, it’s not. I couldn’t move any of the right side of my body, but now it’s just my right arm.
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About a year and a half ago my mom had a thalamic stroke and was in a coma for 3 days. While home for holidays she and I made a little video showing the progress she has made.
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Just got my school pictures back after suffering my stroke earlier this year!! I’m feelin good!!
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Struggling with my side effects in a big way today. Took a shot at finding the humor
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Someone having a good day today, Not bedridden, but walking with his granddaughter 6 months post stroke.
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I've never been to this sub before, just wanted to show somebody a shitty drawing I made. I'm an 18 year old stroke survivor (aneurism better describes it) and because of my vision deficit, this is how I can see a face, if I look at the left eye.
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Ringing the victory bell today at her rehab facility! She's been discharged and is currently enjoying her freedom at target.
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31, male, gym junkie. I woke up in bed with police in my bedroom and my girlfriend freaking. She said I had a seizure. I was rushed to the hospital. After a CT and MRI (pictured) they told me I very likely had a cavernous malformation. Just wanted to share the picture :)
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Since we're sharing pictures; my beautiful brain after hemorrhagic stroke.
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How to not get hit on at night: bike lights on hat and glowing cane
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I had my stroke 5/10/18. I still can't walk or talk and my right hand is dead. Anyone else like this?
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I took a nap and lost a ahole day last week. Woke up at 7PM. Thought it was 7AM. Made coffee and everything.
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I had a stroke in Jan 2018. This is a speech I gave at the local Heart and Stroke info session. I'm happy to answer any further questions. [OC]
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Just found out I most likely have Moya Moya. Feeling very unlucky
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How to upgrade RAM & SATA drive in a laptop with one hand
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