I just got diagnosed a few days ago...luckily my aneurysm hasn't ruptured...but I'm now in limbo. I have my surgery in a few days...and I'm sort of freaking out. I am 29 years old...I have hypertension....I have occular migraines...and now this?!?! I mean geez...I could understand if I suffered from illnesses in my 50s or 60s....but all of this stuff and I'm not even 30 yet?? I need some insight...how do I walk around every day knowing there is a time bomb in my head...and not go crazy?
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