Brain Aneurysm In Women: Know The Symptoms




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Brain aneurysms are something that can affect anyone of any age but are most likely to occur in women than men. This condition usually prevails among people over the age of 35 years. It is highly possible that women are more prone due to a decrease in estrogen levels after menopause. 

Brain aneurysm refers to the formation of a bulge filled with blood in a weak region of a blood vessel in the brain. It is considered a life-threatening condition because if the brain aneurysm ruptures it will lead to stroke, brain damage and even death if immediate medical attention is not provided.

When a brain aneurysm bursts, it is known as subarachnoid hemorrhage. The formation of a brain aneurysm takes place gradually in time. 

Cause of brain aneurysm


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