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A brain aneurysm rarely causes any symptoms unless it bursts (ruptures).
Unruptured brain aneurysms occasionally cause symptoms if they're particularly large or press against tissues or nerves inside the brain.
Symptoms of an unruptured brain aneurysm can include:

  • visual disturbances – such as loss of vision or double vision
  • pain above or around your eye
  • numbness or weakness on one side of your face
  • difficulty speaking
  • headaches
  • loss of balance
  • difficulty concentrating or problems with short-term memory

You should see your GP as soon as possible if you experience symptoms of an unruptured brain aneurysm. Although most aneurysms won't rupture, it's important to get it checked in case treatment is necessary.

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