Bishopton Woman Who Suffered Brain Haemorrhage Shares Recovery Journey

(The Gazette) – When Jacqueline Gregory went on a day out with her family on August 16, 2020, she had no idea that a catastrophic event was about to change her life.

The Bishopton gran’s world turned upside down when she suffered a subarachnoid haemorrhage, which is bleeding in the space that surrounds the brain.

It is an uncommon type of massive stroke and can often be fatal, with around 25% of patients with the condition dying within 24 hours with or without medical attention. Hospitalised patients have an average mortality rate of 40% in the first month. CONTINUE