Does Brain Aneurysm Decrease In Children?
Hello, I’m a 17 year old girl. my grandfather and father died of an aneurysm on the head. Will I experience the same thing later? How do I prevent that from happening to me?
Hello AZmiameera, Thank you for the question.
Aneurysm of the brain is a condition of protrusion of artery walls caused by weakness in the wall. This condition can be life-threatening because these protruding and weak walls can rupture and cause hemorrhagic strokes / hemorrhagic strokes, brain damage, until death if not treated immediately. Rupture of aneurysm can be triggered by several factors such as excessive exercise, excessive emotion, excessive straining, sexual intercourse, surprise, and excessive consumption of caffeinated beverages. Brain aneurysm can be caused by a head injury or because of genetic / hereditary factors. If your family suffers from a brain aneurysm, then you have a high risk of having it later on. This condition cannot be prevented because brain aneurysms can develop slowly without causing symptoms. What you can do is see your doctor immediately if you experience symptoms, such as headaches, back pain, vision problems, dizziness, cramps, stiff neck, nausea, vomiting, difficulty walking, or even fainting. The doctor will examine you and provide further treatment.
Hopefully this information is useful.