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Does brain damage run in families ?

i know my question wont make much sense but im a hypochondriac..and i am lately obsessed with cerebral hemorrhage ..i am terrified and im costantly thinkin it will happen to me.the thing i wanted to ask is..could it happen to me?i am 21 female,no high blood pressure(sometimes even lower than normal) non smoker and no family history of brain damage of any i know everyone has chances but just are mine high or low?if someone could answer to me to calm me down i would be more than happy.i know i am paranoid but thats what hypochondriacs do. sorry if im wasting time of more serious problems but i just want someone to reassure me i ll be fine..thanks
Asked On : Sun, 23 Jan 2011
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THanks for the query

Since u are not a hypertensive,
non smoker
no family history of cva
There is very minimal chances of u developing a haemorrhagic cva
Have a healthy living
Answered: Fri, 19 Aug 2011
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