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Fifteen years ago I had a stroke and brain hemorrhage at the age of 37. It was a long journey to recovery as I had to see several physicians including a hematologist and neurologist on a monthly basis, go to physical and occupational therapy three times a week, and work on trying to improve my memory, agility and cognitive skills.
When the year was up, I was tested to see if any of them had improved. I was told they didn’t get worse, but they didn’t get any better. Everything stayed the same. The only good thing that came out of it was that I was able to regain strength on my entire right side, as it was temporarily paralyzed on and off before I was admitted to the hospital.
Read more at: https://themighty.com/2019/06/long-term-stroke-survivor/