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How high are the chances of a 19 year old getting a brain aneurysm?

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Dr. Edward Smith
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In brief: Not much

Aneurysms usually don't become symptomatic until the fourth or fifth decade of life.
Exceptions include strong family history, especially multiple cerebral aneurysms. Other conditions can be associated with early onset of aneurysm such as congenital polycystic kidney disease and marfan's syndrome, amongst others.

In brief: Not much

Aneurysms usually don't become symptomatic until the fourth or fifth decade of life.
Exceptions include strong family history, especially multiple cerebral aneurysms. Other conditions can be associated with early onset of aneurysm such as congenital polycystic kidney disease and marfan's syndrome, amongst others.
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