My Dad, age 78, was diagnosed with an inoperable brain aneurysm about 10 years ago. It hasn't ruptured but Dad gets headaches ALL the time and facial problems also. He lives in FLA and doesn't give me details not to worry me. My Dad always got bad migraines and so do I. My grandmother, (his mother) died from an aneurysm also ( unconfirmed but my Dad is sure thats what killed her) She also had headaches most of her life. My question is should I worry that I might have a brain aneurysm, also. It seems so obvious that it is hereditary. I have been getting worse and more frequent headaches and neck pain. I also have had started to get vision problems which I don't know is related or just wrong rx from eye doctor (twice in a row). What do you think? I am 38 years old married with 5 year old twins.
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