Memory Loss

Memory Loss

My wife is hospitalized now after having SCA. They could not find a pulse for 20 minutes after a routine endoscopy. She is still in ICU now. It has only been a little over a week and a half but she is now starting to slowly respond and notice people in the room. At first she seem to not recognize me. But we see progress now. I am so grateful for this website that has given me hope for a better future. I will keep you posted to her progress and recover.

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SCAFoundation wrote 4 years 6 weeks ago

Thank you for your message

Thank you for your message. We send our best wishes to you, and to your wife for a speedy recovery. We are happy to know that this website has been helpful to you. Please do keep us posted.

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