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It has been four months after my mothers aneurysm bursted. This friday she came home from a rehabilitation center, she has recovered well, more than anyone can imagine. The second day that she got home, my father was yelling to me that i should call…Continue
Just want to share a 6 month update after my boyfriend's aneurysm rupture. Compared to 6 and even 3 months ago, he has made huge gains. It's as if we got him back from death's door! He talks more, smiles and laughs a lot which is the best gift of…Continue
and happy to have found this site. I was told today that I have a basilar aneurysm 5mm and a 5mm cavernous aneurysm both uninterrupted thank God. I also have 2 very small ones that will be watched. The 2 5mm aneurysms are going to be clipped I…Continue
Im curious what your doctor told you about risks and potential side effects. Please include your age and aneurysm size/location-thanks!
My dad has a teleconference with his surgeon in a few days (he lives 5 hours from the city so that's why they're having a teleconference) and he said I can make a list of questions to ask the doctor. I was wondering what questions you would all…Continue
Yesterday I was rushed to Wake Forest on advice of my Neurosurgeon for a CT Scan. I had taken a memory test the day before at the Neurologists office as I'm concerned there are things I'm not remembering. I do use a lot of devices to help me -…Continue