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Old 12-11-2006, 08:32 PM   #4
studey studey is offline
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Re: How common are brain anuresyms

If you had a ct and it was fine, you probably are Ok. When I had my ct done. they noted a abnormality..(thought it was a tumour ) and suggested a MRI. So had a MRI and clearly showed the aneurysm...Mine ended up being inoperable..I have had mine for 6 years now and I'm in horrible pain..You will know if you have one cause it will send you to the hospital with the worse headache in your life..Hugs and be well, Cindy
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thuderbolt headahe Jan3,01 DX with a inoperable aneurysm. severe headaches everyday for 9 years. SSDI for severe pain R/t inoperable aneurysm pulsating on cranial nerves.