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Child suffering from brain aneurism, had open brain surgery. Will he be able to ride roller coasters?

My son suffer a brain aneurism 2 months ago he had open brain surgery and thank god he didn t suffer any damage he s 17 years old loves to play basketball and wants to play again with he s traveling team also he wants to know if he will ever be able to ride roller coasters please help me with my questions thank you appreciate
Asked On : Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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Hi, your son has recent undergone surgery of aneursym but you have not mentioned about were there any smaller aneurysm left. Some patients can have multiple aneursyms and very smaller ones are left alone and angiograms are done at regular intervals to see whether they are increasing in size. So in your son case its not advised to go for a roller coster ride or any activity which may increase the blood pressure. He may require another angiogram after few weeks to know the status of recently operated aneurysm and to see any new ones are noted. Wish your son good luck.
Answered: Fri, 27 Jul 2012
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