This site is not intended to diagnose, prescribe, or replace the service of your physician, but solely to give you information to help enable you to make informed decisions about your healthcare with guidance of healthcare professionals. Solicitation of any kind is not permitted on this website. Requesting of personal information of members on the site is prohibited. As this is a public forum, you may want to use a screen name or otherwise abbreviate your full name if you have privacy concerns. You can also change your privacy settings to determine who may view your profile and comments.
1. No Spam.
2. No Personal attacks.
3. No Offensive content (profanity, sexual references, illegal activity subject matter, pornographic material or photos).
4. No Profanity, sexual references or illegal activity subject matter in the Chat Room.
5. No specific doctor or hospital name mentioned in a negative context, for legal reasons.
6. No inappropriate communication with minors.
7. No sharing of members' posts to other sites without their express permission.
8. There are many sites for discussing religion and politics. This is not one of them. Divisive posts about religion and politics will be deleted.
Thanks for your cooperation.
First take a deep breath, then call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline immediately. 1-800-273-TALK for members in the United States.
For international members, please visit: for information on where to call
The purpose of the Brain Aneurysm Support Community is to provide a forum for patients and their families affected by brain aneurysms to find support.
This forum is brought to you by Ben’s Friends in a partnership with the Brain Aneurysm Support Community. The site was based on a need for comprehensive information and support for brain aneurysm patients, their families, and the medical community.
The Brain Aneurysm Support Community is the nation’s premier nonprofit organization solely dedicated to providing critical awareness, education, support, and research funding to reduce the incidence of brain aneurysms. To find out more about The Brain Aneurysm Support Community and for more information on brain aneurysms, go to www.bafound.org
The Brain Aneurysm Support Community is a global community that embraces different cultures, faiths, attitudes and viewpoints. Please be respectful of this. The Brain Aneurysm Support Community is not the place for discussions on religion, sex, or politics. Discriminatory language will not be permitted.
After my CT scan in January I started having headaches. Before this I have never had a headache. Or VERY rarely, and not bad ones. Now I have them daily. They come and go. They seem to be in different places. Back of head, right side top of head…Continue
My fiance passed away 2 days after his 37th birthday, just 13 days ago from this and to say that I feel like I am drowning is an understatement. It's just endless grief.I'm looking for those who have also experienced the loss of an intimate partner…Continue
I'm post surgery nearly four years - had a clipping for a right MCA. My skull continues to indent more it was removed and I have actual skull aches on a relatively regular basis. I'm wondering if others share similar experiences.Continue
I'm being told-without really seeing this myself-that my character has changed since my ruptured aneurysm. Has anyone else experienced that?I also suffer from Vertigo and react with extreme tiredness and dizziness to all weather changes too (sun as…Continue
Well its been almost 8 months since I found my dear Grandmother (Mimi) on her room floor. She had a ruptured Aneurysm. And also has two others still active. Her right side of the brain has damage the size of a toddlers palm. They were able to clip…Continue