Bret Michaels is conscious and in stable condition, but chances are he won't remember ever being in the hospital.
"Most people [who suffer this type of brain hemorrhage] don't remember most of their hospitalization – they have no recollection," Dr. Melvin Field, director of the Florida Hospital Neuroscience Institute, tells People.
Doctors usually "give patients some sedation so they don't have pain, and that can kind of make it so they don't remember too much," added Field.
Yesterday we got word that Bret has a side-effect called hyponatremia, a lack of sodium in blood that can cause seizures. But he hasn't had a seizure yet--which is great news. He's also conscious and he's able to talk very slowly. "He's in good spirits," his rep tells People.
We wish Bret a speedy recovery. Our thoughts go out to his family and friends during this difficult time. We know you're going to pull through Bret!