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Old 07-19-2016, 10:24 PM #1
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Default Anuerysm can they cause headaches?

I mean while they are too small to take care of?
I get blurry vision in one eye and terrible headaches and sometimes near unbearable neck pain on one side.
My body is failing me!
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Kathy,

I think the same thing.

In regard to the aneurysms, my doctor told me my headaches have nothing to do with my aneurysm. Mine was mid-sized 7.3 mm, coiled and stented. I take it you are watching and waiting on smaller sized aneurysms?
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