32 Years Old
Involved in a car crash in 2005 and severed his external carotid artery. Suffered a Coup-Contrecoup (brain had slammed into side of skull, sending shock waves through brain). Took roughly 3 years for movement to stop and brain to settle down.
32 Years Old
Suffered Meningococcal Meningitis with Septicaemia in 2013, and she was left with nerve damage in her face and areas of her brain. Lost many cognitive functions and experienced severe migraines as a consequence.
41 Years Old
Suffered a brain tumour at age 37, no symptoms besides a shake in her right leg. MRI showed it was a left posterior frontal para sagittal meningioma grade 1. Had craniotomy excision and suffered further issues.
15 Years Old
Suffered brain injury at age 14. Tore an artery in neck playing rugby and developed a basiler artery thrombosis. Suffered 2 strokes as a result, and is on medication for life.
45 Years Old
Suffered a large brain aneurysm, and after the operation suffered a stroke and had brain swelling which also had to be operated on.
29 Years Old
At age 28 suffered with headaches and pain behind the eyes before having a mild stroke in A&E. Experienced severe memory loss and was in and out of consciousness for 2 weeks.Tests showed he had bleeds in his left eye and on his brain.
31 Years Old
Aged 28 when accident happened. Diagnosed Occipitoparietal extra Dural Haematoma Fall. Spent 1 month in hospital have various surgeries to remove extra Dural Haematoma (bleed to the brain on the left side).
24 Years Old
Aged 22 when accident occurred. Injuries included broken neck, broken arm, broken ribs and punctured lung. Numerous brain injuries affecting balance, mobility, speech and more. Was told he wouldn't survive the night.
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