Aneurysms details I was told that perhaps if I put some more information about my aneurysms and that maybe somebody could give me some thoughts.
2018 I was diagnosed with a 2.5 pericollsal wide neck aneurysm. Apparently, it is on the second distal bifurcation on the Azygors Anterior artery. Apparently it’s quite uncommon. They say 4 to 7% of the entire population has one like this.
I had an episode where I had to be taken by ambulance from the casino to the ER because I had this weird thing happen where my eyesight, hearing everything went at once and then I threw up. They called it vertigo. Which it probably was. But when I got my paperwork I saw that it says it was a 3.2 mm aneurysm. Last spring I had an MRI again and it was still 2.5. Within the last nine months it’s gone from 2.5 to 3.2.
My case was presented in front of a multidisciplinary team and the general consensus was they felt it was too risky to do anything about. I’m not quite sure what the word risky means. So I’m supposed to have a phone conversation with my neurosurgeon tomorrow. I am also getting a referral for a second opinion because I would like a little more information. If it’s too risky to treat, does that mean it’s too risky to have in my head?
I find this all a bit unsettling. And how can they tell me that my symptoms don’t have anything to do with my aneurysm? How do they really know? I find it very suspicious that I started having all these problems and then my aneurysm got bigger. Perhaps a coincidence? Who knows? But still unnerving