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Old 06-23-2009, 12:09 PM #1
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Default unruptured brain aneurysm

Only recently found that I have one and am curious as to these things affect your think and conversation abilities. I do have trouble stringing my sentences together and seem to take longer to answer than most (this is what my wife says). Any thoughts greatly appreciated.
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Old 06-27-2009, 01:56 PM #2
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Only recently found that I have one and am curious as to these things affect your think and conversation abilities. I do have trouble stringing my sentences together and seem to take longer to answer than most (this is what my wife says). Any thoughts greatly appreciated.

Don,
Welcome to Neurotalk and I am sorry to hear about your aneurysm. However better to now and have options, then rupture.
I am 10 months post op of clipping from my unruptured annie, and have found processing and memory where and are an issue. I am a step slower but hey i am still in the game.

I hope others chime in soon for you. I just wanted to welcome you. I hope that you have great docs, and if you do not , change....
also go slow and ask all the questions you need. Take it all a day at a time.
Life after surgery is very doable ,

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Hi
I can tell you of what I have experienced
I had no symptoms while my aneurysm was unruptured didn't even know I had one untill the day it ruptured, most people are like me and have no symptoms.
After the rupture was a different story, mentally I had alot of trouble with word searching and my thinking process, I am still not as sharp as i was pre aneurysm. My moods have suffered too and I went through a depression and went to mental health counseling and take medication for it but I am fighting my way back.
Do you have a plan to have yours fixed? good luck to you and sorry you have an aneurysm
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Are the doctors going to doing any type of procedure to close the annie such as coiling or clipping?
My mom's annie was coiled.
Best Wishes to you
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