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Default brain aneurysm

Hai...I underwent a cerebral aneurysm in 2012.It took me 6 months to completely recover.Now I feel like I'm all right.My doubt is,Is there any chances that I might get an aneurysm and if so, how to prevent them?..
And what kind of exercises can I do? Does hitting gym affect me in any way?
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