Sure, my first surgery was when the 16mm annie was discovered. I thought I was having a stroke. I woke up to the feeling of an elephant on my chest, then I became extremely dizzy and nauseated, violently vomiting. This was my first, and hopefully only ambulance ride! This was on Jan. 7, 2011. That’s when they discovered my annie. I had been having the "grabbing the back of the head" headaches for about 6 months, my Dr told me it was my neck, needless to say, I don't see her anymore! lol! Anyway, the first surgery, my annie was at such a high risk of bursting, they were nervous to do a lot, they put in one stent hoping that would divert the blood flow enough for it to dry up. It didn't, by Feb, 2011 I was in for another surgery, this time they put in 10 coils. That seemed to work, but, I continued with the headaches, although not as severe. Due to the headaches, I went back in July, 2011. My annie was actually enlarging. After the surgery in Feb, it had reduced to 6mm, then in July, it had grown, no longer circular, and was now 6 x 10 mm. So 7 more coils were added, for a total of 17 coils and 1 stent. I had an MRI in Jan. 2012 and it looked great! It had reduced down to 4 mm, but another one had popped up out of the side of the first, this one was not quite 3 x 2 mm. The Dr wasn’t very concerned about that one. Many people live entire healthy lives with small annies, In Feb 2013, I had another MRI and everything still looks great, no enlargement, yet, no reduction in size. I need to refrain from anything that will make me go umph! Lol! I still have some pain in the back of my head, it feels like a sore muscle, yet there’s no muscle there, it’s hard to explain, mostly when I wake up in the morning. I also have episodes of seeing floaters, and “hearing” my blood flow to my ear, and feeling the sensation of my coil pack moving. I realize that I am very blessed to be alive. It does make you appreciate life even more, and I'm like you, I worry about another annie, but, try not to!
I hope the best for you, I will keep you in my prayers!