Can you go flying with thoracic aortic aneurysm?

Sure. It would be ok as long as it is not very large more than 6 cm and you don't have sudden changes in blood pressure.
Yes. There is no clear evidence that a pressurized airplane cabin is of any detriment to thoracic aneurysms.

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Flying with thoracic aortic aneurysm, is this okay?

Ask your doctor. Flying itself does not increase your risk of rupture -- if your aneurysm is large enough to warrant repair, it may be unsafe to be far from medical attention if a problem develops. Your doctor should be able to help you with this. Read more...
Usually, yes. If your aneurysm is stable, and there is no indication for surgery at this time, flying is ok. Read more...

Hello my hubby who is in prison has a Thoracic aortic aneurysm 4.7 what should be his course of action going forward?

Testing, monitoring. He should have a cardiac Echo to determine if ha has a bicuspid aortic valve and get yearly chest CT scans to monitor size. If he has bicuspid valve or if it enlarges to > 5 cm, he should see a cardiac surgeon. Read more...

Do I have to see a dr for thoracic aortic aneurysm?

Yes. This needs to be routinely monitored, as when it reaches a certain size, it is at risk for rupture, which would have a high chance to be a life ending event. Read more...
You should. Location and size are important as are other risk factors. 35 is on the young end! so i would want to know about hypertension, other risks and familial issues: marfan, etc. Most thoracic aneurysms will be observed until 6 cm in ascending and 5-6 in descending. The descending are being treated endovascular frequently now. Read more...

How concerned should I be about developing a thoracic aortic aneurysm?

Depends. If you have a family history theres a 10% relation. Their wise hypertension and smoking are the most common contributing factors. As a rule a 37 year old should not be concerned. Read more...

How infrequent is a thoracic aortic aneurysm in a healthy 27 year old?

Rare. Most aneurysms occur in people aged 55 years or older. Aneurysms are four times more common in men than in women. Other than aging with and high blood pressure. in younger patients, trauma to chest, infection , and connective tissue disorders such as Marfan's syndrome are causes. Read more...