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Crazy Now what... diagnosed with aneurysm

Hey everyone,
I was recently diagnosed with a 5-6mm wide neck aneurysm in the anterior communicating artery. The neurosurgeons recommend monitoring.
Here's the thing... I'm not sure how to live my life. Can I travel? I'm scheduled to go to a remote area for a week in a couple of months. I also do some work that requires me to drive and hike into remote areas... can I do all of this? What happens if the aneurysm ruptures? I don't want to live my life in fear, but frankly, I'm finding I am...
Would love to hear all of your input on this.
TY!
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