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  • January 28, 2022
    Paying Attention To Your Body: Woman Gets Second Chance At Life After Brain Aneurysm
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  • August 06, 2021
    Woman’s “terrible headache” turns out to be a serious brain bleed
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  • July 16, 2021
    Mother ‘almost died’ After Doctors Dismissed Brain Aneurysm as Migraine Headache
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  • June 18, 2021
    California Woman Describes Experience of Brain Aneurysm
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  • June 16, 2021
    Dr. Dre Discusses Brain Aneurysm Five Months Out
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  • June 03, 2021
    Long Island Mom Recovers After Being Diagnosed with 3 Brain Aneurysms
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  • January 15, 2021
    Woman, 29, ‘lucky to be alive’ after doctors mistake ruptured brain aneurysm for migraine
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  • January 07, 2021
    The state lawmaker who died of an aneurysm had COVID-19, but were the two conditions related?
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  • December 16, 2020
    Woman shares how a ‘massive headache’ alerted her to 2 ruptured brain aneurysms
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  • AdventHealth Brain Aneurysm Support Group

    Winter Park, FL

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  • Baltimore Brain Aneurysm Foundation Support Group

    Lutherville-Timonium, MD

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  • Bay Area Aneurysm and Vascular Malformation Support Group

    San Francisco, CA

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What to Know About Brain Aneurysms

A brain aneurysm, sometimes called a cerebral aneurysm, is a weak spot in a brain artery. The weak spot creates a balloon that fills with blood. The walls of the artery are weaker near an aneurysm, which means that the aneurysm can break open, or rupture. A ruptured aneurysm is a life threatening condition that can cause serious brain injuries or stroke. However, not all aneurysms rupture.

People with an aneurysm may need ongoing monitoring to ensure that it is not growing. A doctor may need to remove a larger aneurysm.

In this article, we provide an overview of brain aneurysms, including the types, symptoms, causes, complications, and treatments.

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