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    leo568 posted:
    I have very recently been diagnosed with an aneurysm behind my right eye. I cannot find where I can get more info on other experiences with brain aneurysms. I will be having the coiling procedure next week. I know there will be post tests for a while. Can I find this subject anywhere on these communities?
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    Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hello Leo568 -

    We are so sorry to hear about this diagnosis and hope we can provide you with some information to help you out through your treatment.

    Brain Aneurysm: Topic Overview
    Brain Aneurysm: Endovascular Coil Embolization
    Screening for Aneurysms - Video

    We also have a Neurology Community to connect with others to ask questions for support and advice.

    Hope this if helpful and we will be thinking of you next week,
    Elizabeth


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