I posted comments here last year. It is now a year since I had a successful craniotomy to clip an aneurysm behind my left eye. I recovered but still feel all sorts of things: dizziness, constant headaches, pain behind my ear and neck pain and fatigue. I feel like I'm not the same anymore. I was never a big drinker but now after 2 drinks, I get a headache. I had a follow up MRI about 5 months ago but nothing was found. I wondered if anybody still feels "off" this long after surgery? I know it's major surgery but shouldn't the body heal itself? My other question is : if you've already had an aneurysm, how high is the likelihood of developing another one?
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