Aneurysm (Brain) (cont.)
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What are the signs and symptoms of a brain aneurysm?
Most brain aneurysms do not cause any signs or symptoms and are discovered during tests for another condition. Symptoms develop rapidly when an aneurysm ruptures, and in some cases symptoms can be caused by pressure from an unruptured anuerysm. The signs and symptoms of a brain aneurysm are variable and occasionally relate to the area of the brain that is affected. However, the most common symptom of a ruptured brain aneurysm is headache and is characterized by the patient describing the headache as “the worst headache of my life.” However, some patients don't report headache as a symptom. The following is a list of possible symptoms that are seen in patients with a brain aneurysm:
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 3/24/2014
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