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- Past history of aneurysms
- Hypertension , which increases the risk of aneurysm rupture
- Heavy alcohol consumption
- Cocaine use
- Disorders associated with weakened blood vessels, including polycystic kidney disease , fibromuscular dysplasia, or connective tissue disorders
- Estrogen deficiency
- Family history of aneurysms
- A very sudden, severe headache
- Brief loss of consciousness
- Nausea and vomiting
- Weakness on one side of your body
- Unexplained numbness or tingling
- Slurred speech or other speech disturbance
- Visions problems, such as double vision, blind spots, or temporary vision loss on one side
- Stiff neck or shoulder pain
The Brain Aneurysm Foundation http://www.bafound.org
National Stroke Association http://www.stroke.org
Brain Injury Association of Canada http://biac-aclc.ca
Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada http://www.heartandstroke.com
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- Review Date: 05/2014 -
- Update Date: 06/02/2014 -
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