“Headache” occurs in people of all ages and gender but severe headaches could be a risk of cerebral aneurysm, which is a bulging of blood vessels in the brain that may lead to internal bleeding.

Some patients with cerebral aneurysm may barely experience any signs or symptoms, causing a high risk for the bulging blood vessels to rupture, resulting in paralysis or even sudden death.

Notice the signs of cerebral aneurysm from severe headache along with any of the following symptoms.

  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Alteration of consciousness
  • Weakness or numbness of one side of the body
  • Facial Weakness
  • Speech abnormality
  • Double vision or blurred vision

Experiencing any of these symptoms requires immediate medical attention for accurate diagnosis and treatment as well as to reduce the risk of paralysis, paresis or even fatality.

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Severe headache – may be a sign of a fatal disease