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Aneurysm symptoms vary based on where they occur in the body, and whether or not the aneurysm has ruptured. Many think of these abnormalities occurring most often in the brain.Pre-rupture, people with a brain aneurysm could have changes in vision, weakness and/or pain in one eye, and a feeling that one side of the face is weakened or impaired.What does an aneurysm feel like?
You may see or feel a throbbing lump. These may be coupled with weight loss or a smaller appetite. A pain in the chest, hoarseness, persistent coughing, and difficulty swallowing may indicate a thoracic aneurysm. That’s caused by weakness in the upper aorta, one of your main blood vessels.What causes brain aneurysm in women?
Causes. The causes of brain aneurysm are unknown, but a range of factors may increase your risk. Risk factors. A number of factors can contribute to weakness in an artery wall and increase the risk of a brain aneurysm or aneurysm rupture. Brain aneurysms are more common in adults than in children and more common in women than in men.