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Doctor insights on: Eye Aneurysm Symptoms

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Dr. Shadi Abu Halimah
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Aneurysm (Definition)

An aneurysm is a condition where there is weakness in the wall of a blood vessel. A clot can form in the vessel as the vessel widens or expands. An artery with an aneurysm can ...Read more


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Scared of developing a brain aneurysm at 23. No fam history, no smoking, no drinking, no symptoms (headache, blurry left dry eye). Should i worry?

Scared of developing a brain aneurysm at 23. No fam history, no smoking, no drinking, no symptoms (headache, blurry left dry eye). Should i worry?

Relax: The most common form of an aneurysm at your age is a congenital berry aneurysm, and it is highly unlikely you will acquire one under normal circumstances. ...Read more

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Had a aneurysm coiled two years ago still have small piece unclipped having regular brian scans next scan june. Notice blood in the corner of my eye?

Had a aneurysm coiled two  years ago still have small piece unclipped having regular brian scans next scan june. Notice blood in the corner of my eye?

Unrelated: No doubt this is unrelated. Conjuctival hemorrhages don't have anything to do with the physiopathology of aneurysms or their rupture. After two years of treatment, i doubt that you are on blood thinners. Remember to follow-up, no smoking, control blood pressure. If worst headache of life then seek immediate medical attention. ...Read more

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What causes and eye aneurysm besides diabetics?

What causes and eye aneurysm besides diabetics?

High blood pressure: Many conditions can cause microaneurysms in the retina. Diabetes is most common followed by high blood pressure. Less common is from poor circulation to the eye (from carotid artery occlusive disease) and even more rare is previous radiation to the head and neck. Retinal occlusive disease, brannch and central retinal vein occlusions, which are associated with high blood pressure are also common. ...Read more

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How do you know you have an aneurysm? I've had severe headache causing my eye to droop/close up.

Be careful: Aneurysm is very serious problem some time could be silent and time could leak blood or rupture. According to mayo clinic, Those are the most common sign of silent ones. Pain above and behind an eye A dilated pupil Change in vision or double vision Numbness, weakness or paralysis of one side of the face A drooping eyelid, If you feel you may have it go and check it out. Good Luck ...Read more

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