I had high pitched ringing and blood rushing sound in ears for years? Is this impending brain aneurysm?!

Probably not. Your symptoms are not uncommon, but if you have not checked it out with your doctor, it would be wise to do so. The only way to check out impending brain aneurysm is to have special studies of brain circulation (cat scan, mri).

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What is my risk of brain aneurysm based on my age? 26/F. Blood pressure always normal. Throbbing in head for few seconds when I stand up/bend over. Feels like a lot of blood rushing to my head?

Unknown risk. Unfortunately there might be other things we would need to know that could affect your risk such as personal history do a previous aneurysm , family history of brain aneurysm, congenital anomalies or syndromes , other aspects of your medical history. The good news is that you symptoms can likely have multiple alternate explanations so see you doctor ASAP to discuss further. Read more...
No different. Even with Hashimoto's thyroiditis your risk of having a cerebral aneurysm with those symptoms is the same as somebody with no symptoms whatsoever. These are not the symptoms of a brain aneurysm, ruptured or intact. More likely to have sinus issues. Once in a blue moon a colloid cyst of the third ventricle or low CSF pressure will produce this picture. Read more...
Brain disorder. Aneurysms are relatively uncommon, and you have a very low incidence of of this being present or a cause of your symptoms. But if focused on addressing this, imaging can provide peace of mind, and simple preventative interventions should be of value. Read more...