I went to my dr this past Tuesday with a migraine that I have had for a month. I have had blackout spells, double vision, light sensitivity, nausea, loss of balance, confusion, etc. So I thought I would just get some meds and be done with it. But he tells me that he thinks I have an aneurysm. I have done the blood work and the mri already. I only have the vein test left, where the look at the veins in my neck and brain. I am so confused. I am waiting on a phone call now to tell me what they found. I am 22 I never thought this could come my way. The only person that I knew that had this was my grandmother. Can some one tell me what happens next?
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