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Symptoms Of Brain Aneurysm In Children
Cerebral aneurysm: Cerebral aneurysm can lead to a sudden and unusually severe headache, nausea, vision impairment, vomiting, and loss of consciousness, or it can be asymptomatic. Ruptured aneurysm lead to severe headache, nausea, vomiting, drowsiness and headache. It can also cause stroke like weakness and sometimes seizures. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not good: 50 % of ruptured berry aneurysm patients do not make it alive to a hospital. Those that do well describe the "worst headache of their lives, " associated with a stiff neck, nausea and vomiting, severe malaise, confusion, delirium, and maybe visual problems depending on location of the aneurysm. This is a true medical emergency and requires intensive attention and perhaps surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unruptured aneurysm may have no symptoms, if large it may press on the brain and cause pain behind the eyes, double vision, weakness on one side of face, drooping eye lid&dilated pupil
leaking aneurysm may cause sudden severe headache. And ruptured aneurysm causes extremely severe headache, nausea and vomiting, stiff neck, seizures, confusion, stiff neck, ptosis, and loss of consciousness
rx is surgical clip. ...Read more
What to do if I have some symptoms of an unruptured brain aneurysm. I was wondering what I should do?
Call your doctor: If you were diagnosed with unruptured aneurysm and having neurological symptoms (bad headache, weakness, numbness, speech difficulty), then you should call your doctor or go to er. If there is no diagnosis of aneurysm and you are experiencing neurological symptoms, you should still ask your doctor if there may be a neurological diagnosis for that. ...Read more
Sister has brain aneurysm. If it raputres do symptoms occur immediatelly or after hours, days? What are the symptoms? Saw her lift a couch today.
No delay: Patients with an an aneurysm usually present acutely with a rupture. Once the rupture occurs, the blood spills out into the brain. The symptoms are instantaneous. There is the sudden severe headache (often described as a "thunderclap headache"), sensitivity to light, nausea/vomiting, and even coma. Seek immediate medical attention. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How rare is a brain aneurysm? Someone 53 yr old female just passed away. Any symptoms or health risks for this? Concerned.
Not infrequent: Several million people in USA have aneurysm. The rupture frequency is about 1/10, 000 per year. Reasons for aneurysm: Family HX, Smoking, hypertension, hypercholesterol & age increase risk. To lessen risk of rupture stop smoking, get BP & Cholesterol under control. Very few symptoms of aneurysm until rupture. Aneurysms sometimes found by studies for other reasons & can be thrombosed. ...Read more
Probably not: Brain aneurysms are usually acquired, and peak incidence for rupture is in the early 50s. Very unusual in the pediatric population, even with a family history. Perhaps by the time they are in their mid thirties, if there are two first degree relatives with brain aneurysms, would screening be recommended. Please refer to the brain aneurysm center for women for more details. Chicagoaneurysm. Com. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can a symptomatic unruptured brain aneurysm stop showing symptoms headache symptoms and only show sinus symptoms?
My interpretation: Not sure what you imply by "symptomatic", as most unruptured brain aneurysms cause no overt symptoms and are merely found when MRI is done looking for explanations of migraines. In my experience, the aneurysm does not cause headaches until rupture, which can be deadly. Aneurysm NEVER causes sinus symptoms. Can a Concierge visit help? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Thunderclap headache: Very abrupt onset within a few seconds of a very very severe headache (so called "thunderclap headache") is the most suggestive sign since this is how bleeding into the subarachnoid space (in effect bleeding from annaneurysm) within the cranium announces itself. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I suffered s ruptured brain aneurysm I'm 2003 recently ive been suffering a add type symptom lack of communication unsble focus?
See your neurologist: Congrats on being a survivor of a ruptured brain aneurysm and getting your health back. In cases like yours, any neurologic sign or symptom, that is new, and that you cannot easily attribute to something else, ought not to be ignored and evaluated. Trust you are in the care of a good neurologist, who knows your history, prior surgical particulars, who should see you, do a full neuro exam 1st. ...Read more