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Dilation of the internal carotid, suffering from severe Vertigo. High risk patient of stroke. Suggestion?

I just found out today that i have a dilation of the internal carotid where it meets another artery . I am a high risk patient for stroke . I have been dealing with severe vertigo or over a week. I am a 42 year old female. The dr wants me to see a neurologist but i can t get in for weeks. I am feeling very weird right now and nervous. Any advice?
Asked On : Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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hi ,
your details suggest that you have an aneurysm of internal carotid artery , it has complications like rupture and pressure effects and other. And you already having symptoms like vertigo , you consular a Neuro physician/ surgeon as early as possible and evaluate.
Mean while if you have hypertension , you should control it by taking regular medications.
Answered: Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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