Countless aneurysms have been found using MRI's so I think it is safe to say that you are in the clear for larger aneurysms. Can a aneurysm grow in the meantime? yea that is possible but I guess it all depends what your symptoms would be. If that is something you want to share, maybe we can collectively shed more light.
I woke up with a terrible headache and ear pain the night of thanksgiving and then pretty much nothing until January. I had dizziness/vertigo sensations, headaches all over, pins and needles throughout my head, racing heart, tingling in the face. This was January 3rd, urgent care and my go said eustachian tube dysfunction. Went n on vacation two days later and the same episode happened but worse! With nausea and continued into the next day. Ended up going to the emergency room and my blood pressure and heart rate were high. Everything went down and when I came home from vacant I had to follow up with gp.
This has lead to seeing a neurologist, opthomalogist, and my last mri was on February 6the I've been on topomax (topamax) for a month now. They believe I have pseudotumor cerebrospinal, and I just had a spinal tap to confirm last week.
Sorry for the long response! :) in just wanted to give some background. Its been quite the journey and I'm still not sure I understand it. So that's why I'm asking to rule out other neurological disorders for my own sanity.
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