Post # 1
On Monday my mom had brain surgery to get rid of 2 aneurysms.
Today her surgeon said she may never regain movement on her right side and that they aren’t sure what is causing her current inability to speak.
It is highly unlikely and close to impossible that she’ll be able to make it to the wedding in October but that isn’t even close to my main concern. I just want her to be better so she’s not frustrated and scared and sad. 🙁
Post # 3
I’m so sorry. 🙁 ((((hugs))))
Post # 4
@ejoyb:I am so sorry. I hope everything is going to be better soon.
Post # 5
Best wishes and a speedy rcovery to your mom and your family!
Post # 6
October is a long way away. I have seen people make significant improvements after strokes/ head injuries. The brain can have a unique way of healing itself. That being said, make sure that she is getting physical, occupational, and speech therapy even if she is recovering at home! If she will be spending time at a rehabilitation center, they should provide all those services there! Best wishes to your mom, you and your family
Post # 7
🙁 I am sorry you and your family are going through this. My thoughts are with you.
Post # 8
I’m so sorry hun! My thoughts are with you and your family.
Post # 9
I am so sorry! On a positive note though, my neighbor from home had an aneurysm burst (she didn’t know that she had it) and also lost her speech and her memory. It has all come back, though different, but she has been improving a lot and was able to come home fairly quickly.
My thoughts are with your family!
Post # 10
I’m SO sorry. Prayers to you and your family.
Post # 11
Huge ((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((HUGS)))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))) sweetie. What a difficult time for you and your family. My grandmother survived an aneurysm about 15 years ago and while it was a scary time for us, she fully recovered. Your mom sounds like a fighter, just take it one day at a time. Sending happy thoughts and positive energy your way hon. Keep us updated.
Post # 12
aw im so sorry you are going thru this. I hope she gets better real soon!
Post # 13
Like everyone else, I’m so sorry and hope that your mother makes a full recovery. The brain is a powerful thing and science only understands it so far. Maybe that will be on your side.
Post # 14
Awe. ((Hugs.)) I’m sorry that your mom and your family are going through this right now. It’s a very scary thing not knowing if a loved one is going to be alright, but like everyone else I hope she makes a full recovery. Lots of prayers coming your way.
Post # 15
Wow, I’m so sorry that you’re going through this right now. I’ll say a little prayer for your mom and your family to make it through this. Hopefully the doctors will figure out what’s causing her right side to go numb and she’ll be able to regain her speech.
Lots of hugs and good wishes your way.
Post # 16
Oh no, I’m so sorry! I can’t imagine how scary this is for you and your family. I truly hope she recovers. Here’s sending positive vibes your way :o/