How do you know if you have an aneurysm
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- How do I know that I have an aneurysm?
- In most people, aneurysms are silent conditions that grow without true symptoms. Screening tests such as ultrasounds and CAT scans define the presence and indicate how and when aneurysms are treated.
- What You Should Know About Cerebral Aneurysms?
- An aneurysm is a weak area in a blood vessel that usually enlarges. It's often described as a "ballooning" out of the blood vessel.
- Do you know anyone who has survived a ruptured aneurysm??
- Sorry about your friend...I am a survior of a brain anuerysm. It happened in Oct. 2007, still recovering and it is not a pleaseant thing to go through. I am having some problems with fatigue and extremely high B/P. I have severe head aches ...
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- Do you know anyone who completely recovered after having an aneurysm?
- Q: My mom is in a rehab place right now. She is having a hard time with her balance. She cannot walk unassisted.She is doing better though like talking, laughing, moving around well in her bed but she still is having a hard time eating.She had surgery to remove that in her brain which the surgery was fine.But if you know someone that went through this, did they recover completely or what? How long did it take them?(By the way, it did not bust, they got to it in time)Thank you
- A: I worked ina hospital for three years,and frequently worked with aneurysm patients.I also know of a few people who are survivors.As to the answer of your questions,it depends.One of the things to be concerned about is the location ofthe aneurysm.If it was in certain parts of the brain and they had to remove deeply,then it is a possibility of less than full recovery.Also,her age and general health,and what caused the aneurysm in the first place are all factors.I would try to be there sometime when you know the doctor is going to be there with her.Then ask them the questions of how long,chances of recovery,and ect.They can not hide behind the HEPAA privacy protection laws if the patient is there approving.Just know that your mom will heal,but it will take time and be hard for you to watch.
- my mom is 54 and had an aneurysm?
- Q: she seemed fine yesterday morning. she came home from work and never made it inside. my dad and brother found her outside collapsed in the snow. she's now in the sicu or just the icu. they said that she had an aneurysm in her brain. nobody expected this at all. she is now on life support. i am really really scared. they said you need a mericle for her to make it, and there is a chance. but i dont know how big the chance is. im really scared. i'm 14 and i cannot live without my mother. i am really terrified. does it seem like she'll make it? can you recover from that. she hasnt been up. does she have a chance to recover? and if she does how will she be after?
- A: Oh honey, no one can give you a good answer to this. No one knows if she will make it. There is a possibility that she can recover from this. Lean on your family and friends for support and comfort. I'm praying for you.
- did anyone with an unruptured brain aneurysm have any headaches? what did they feel like?
- Q: i know most of the time they are asymptomatic, and found incidentally on a scan while looking for something else. however, just wondering if anyone had any symptoms (especially of a headache). where exactly did you feel the pain, how much pain did you have, and was it dull, sharp, stabbing, etc. thanks in advance for your help.thanks yanny. i have had a sharp, stabbing, pulsating pain above my right eye for 5 months. it's not excruiating, but very localized and sharp. i'm seeing my doctor this afternoon. my mother-in-law had an aneurysm (unruptured) clipped 2 years ago....i hope it's not the same thing for me!
- A: I was diagnosed with 2 unruptured aneurysms 10 years ago.The larger of the 2 was "coiled". Every time I would have sex, my head would feel like it was going to explode. The headaches were the only way I found out. I would stand in the shower and just cry, it hurt so bad. I guess I would call the pain a stabbing pain. I went to my Dr. and said " Your not going to believe this but every time I have sex I get this excruciating pain right here" yes I could point right to it! He had me for an ultra sound and subsequently in for an MRA both tests revealed a 5.5mm aneurysm in the caverous sinus and a 2.5mm aneurysm. Like I said that was 10 years ago. But this last November I started seeing a different Dr. and he wanted to follow up on all my history. He sent me for an ultra sound. Well that showed that I have 2 "new" aneurysms. In December I had a cerebral angiogram to determine the size of these "new" ones. Well they are 3.5mm and 2.5mm, both on the right side of my head, behind my ear. The neurosurgeon and radiologist will do another cerebral angiogram in May to determine the next course of action. They tell me I have a 50/50 chance of getting to the hospital in time to be treated if they rupture. Hope to hear back from you. Do you think you have this???
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