I recently suffered a 'Venous bleed' and was admitted into hospital where I stayed for a week. I had a CAT, MRI, Lumber Puncture and two angiograms to ascertain if it was a full blown anorysm which fortunately it was not. I asked the Doctor what was the cause and got the reply that it was random. My question is will I be susceptable to these types of attacks in the future. My Doctor assures me that I'll never get another one but if that's the case - why did I get one in the first place. I have always been in good health and this has been a shock. Any comments?
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