Long term effects of Subarachnoid Haemorrhage

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My husband had a SAH in June 1985 at age 37. He had the aneurysm clipped and made a slow recovery. We had no counselling post SAH; we noted many changes to his personality - including anger, irritibality etc. 24 years on and he is now suffering increased and debilitating fatigue which has impacted on his ability to work to the point where he has been forced to retire. Has anyone advice to give (or experienced similar?

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    I had a SAH in 2009 and since have had periods of anxiety. I was on Xanax for about four years but have been off it the last three years. I was on lexapro for the last year but off of that the last six months. Recently I find myself very angry over little things and often feel dizzy or spacey. Sort of a brain fog. The year on lexapro was comfortable but I felt too calm... I'd spend half the day in bed reading.. Thanks for the posts it makes me think some of how I currently experience life may be related to the SAH.  Mine had no cause was at the brain stem area and had nothing clipped. 

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