Abdominal aortic aneurysm: A balloon-like swelling in the wall of the aorta within the abdomen
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My Dad died at 64 of an abdominal aneurysm and my Brother just passed away in November at 65. Doc said he was unconcious before he hit the floor, so it was very suddenly. COD listed miocardial infarction, but Doc said it was a rushed EMR pressured by the funeral home to put something down so they could get the DC started. Doc said heart attack is what they list for COD when they don't know. Best guess. My brother had no cardiac symptoms and had ridden his bike 40 miles the morning of his death. So, somewhat of a mystery, but due to the suddenness of his death, it seems cardiac or aneurysm related. So, I had myself tested. Of course! Just got the results of my Ultra Sound from last Friday. Sure enough, Doc informed me I had a small 3.2cm abdominal aortic aneurysm. Wants me to begin Aspirin and Lipitor. Yuk. Don't to take Lipitor but have asked to see him to discuss. I've taken Aderall for about 3 years. Would welcome being in a chat or group with others. From what I've read, there is no known indication of Aderall causing or complicating an aneurysm, but I'm in protect mode as of today, so would welcome your comments and advise on next steps to join a group. Regards, Mark
Hi, I am writing this on behalf of my father. He is a 55 year old man and suffers from multiple aneurysms. I wanted to reach out to see if others have also experienced this or if they know what causes these to all occur.
hi everyone, im ayesa from philippines and currently suffering aneurysm. i hope this group will help me a lot to learn what natural remedy for this.. because i dont have money to see a doctor.. thank you..
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