How to deal with this situation

hello every one, its bright a beautiful today in nova scotia canada, my name is douglas and i have recently had a cta with worrysum results, i showed a 2mm pouch like thing on and artery in the circle of wills in my brain yet to be diagnosed as a ture aneurysm, and possiblilty of one is low, only thing in my life that could cause to develop would be smoking, it still scares me, i dont really have the knowledge to comfort me right now, my gp was great introducing me to the results he laughed and said i dont want you to worry many people have things show up in the complacated mass that is your brain, he told me because its you i will send you asap for an mra beacuse you worry soo much, i love my gp he treats me like a father he was there the day i was born and has allways be a cofidant in my life, and has never lead me down the wrong path, but he is a busy man he teachs, and runs a medical clince soo my last vist was short and left me with a few unanswerd questions, the mra could potentaly give negitive results, in how i wonder how to handle the situation, i am young i smoke i like to drink even tho its been cut to a bare minimum i love my social life again has been cut out, and i enjoy being young right now, i m worryed to put any strain on my body or i might just fall to apart , i need to know what could this be other then a aneurysm and what is the likelyhood of it being that, its very small only 2mm and my trusted doctor told me not to worry at all not even in the slightest, but i cant help it any one with some knowledge on this subject i would be appericate you to share thank you.

ps. i feel a litte bad because i know most of the people hear are suffering way worse then me and all i have manage to do is talk about my self, so i would like you to know that anybodie out there who is suffering from this horrible realtiy and the consequens of it i am praying for you and i will never compare my sturggle to the likes of yours, anybodie who has had this affect there lives are extreamly brave and my heart will go out to you

I agree with Becky on this one Douglas,my wife was 41 when she had her first anny and it completely changed both of us.Please seek a specialist on this and dont think because you're young that you have plenty of time,it doesnt work that way,if it's found and fixed without the bursting your chances are very good for a normal life.The wife has a 4mm anny that is unruptured and the docs are watching it,but with other complications,they wont go any where near theunruptured one at this time

Seek a neurologist as to how to go from here-and quit smoking (I know this is easier said than done-but I s was young and quit now for 10 months).