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Some things that may occur after brain aneurysm surgery are headaches; tiredness; memory problems; dizziness and confusion; and possible speech and muscular problems, states MedlinePlus. Specific symptoms and recovery ti... More »

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A brain aneurysm larger than 10mm might require surgery. Aneurysms of this size can cause pain and cause other symptoms to develop. Because brain surgery is risky and can lead to other complications, surgery is less like... More »

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Recovery time following a craniotomy for a brain aneurysm is about three to six weeks, and recovery from endovascular repair is usually about one to two weeks, according to MedlinePlus. For each surgery, complications su... More »

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In some cases, an unruptured aneurysm may cause changes in speech, along with neck pain, blurred vision and severe headaches, as it presses on specific areas of the brain, as reported by eMedicineHealth. However, most br... More »

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Stroke symptoms include sudden trouble speaking, confusion, vision problems, loss of balance, problems walking, sudden headache and dizziness, notes the National Stroke Association. Sudden numbness or weakness in the leg... More »

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