Cerebral aneurysm coil embolization (submerge hemorrhage)

Cerebral aneurysm coil embolization (submerge hemorrhage)


Q: A woman in her late 30s. At the end of May, he suddenly fainted and collapsed and was taken to the hospital. Coil embolization was performed after being diagnosed with subarachnoid bleeding due to a rupture of the cerebral aneurysm. Fortunately, there were no brain hemorrhage aftereffects left, and the progress was good, so I was discharged about 15 days later, and now I’m only taking medicine at home.

But a few days after discharge, my head looked a little dizzy and my vision looked dark, so I visited the ophthalmologist. It is said that the optic nerve was swollen due to cerebral hemorrhage, and there was some bleeding in the eyes. They said it can happen even if your blood pressure is high.

I visited neurosurgery and took blood pressure medicine. (My blood pressure was about 150 at the time.)

Currently, when I measured my blood pressure without taking blood pressure medicine, I found 127. Do I have to keep taking medicine?

Why do you have these symptoms when your head hurts periodically? I usually worked out hard and my blood pressure and diabetes were all normal. I’d like to know if I should live with the anxiety that I might collapse again due to cerebral hemorrhage for the rest of my life and how to do regular tests.

It’s been about a month and 15 days since the stroke broke out, so is it okay to start exercising again?

There is also a cerebral arteriovenous malformation, so radiation treatment is required three months later, but before that, I want to know if this can burst or if all of my hair is lost during radiation treatment.

A: Even if your blood pressure is normal now, it is important to take high blood pressure medicine steadily. The recurrence of subarachnoid hemorrhage due to rupture of cerebral aneurysm is mostly caused by high blood pressure.

Hyperlipidemia and diabetes tests are performed twice a year through blood tests, and cerebrovascular tests are performed once a year. There are no exact guidelines for this, so please always discuss it with your doctor.

If you have cerebrovascular malformation and are planning radiation therapy accordingly, it is recommended not to exercise for the time being.

It depends on the type of radiation therapy, but radiation therapy according to cerebrovascular malformations is usually done only once using a gamma knife, cyber knife, or novalis, so the head rarely falls out 비아그라 파는곳

Cerebrovascular malformations can explode at any time, so it’s better to be careful while taking blood pressure medications steadily. You should be careful up to six months after receiving radiation therapy.

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