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Doctors do not always know the exact cause of a ruptured brain aneurysm. However, several risk factors, including high blood pressure, increase the risk of it bursting.
A brain aneurysm occurs when a weak point on an artery in the brain swells. The swelling can cause pressure on the brain and nerves that can lead to symptoms such as numbness and weakness.
In some cases, a brain aneurysm can rupture, causing a severe headache and often other symptoms. It can lead to several severe complications, including death.
In this article, we will review what ruptured brain aneurysms are and explore possible risk factors, symptoms, and more.
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