THANK YOU FOR SUCH A NICE HISTORY
for your information i want to tell you that
If the aneurysm is small and there are no symptoms:
than we have to decide whether the risk of having surgery is smaller than the risk of bleeding if you do not have surgery.
checking the size of the aneurysm with a yearly ultrasound test, to see if the aneurysm is getting bigger.
Surgery is usually recommended for patients who have aneurysms bigger than 2 inches or 5.5 cm across and aneurysms that are growing quickly. The goal is to perform surgery before complications or symptoms develop.
The outcome is usually good if an experienced surgeon repairs the aneurysm before it ruptures.
When an abdominal aortic aneurysm ruptures, it is a true medical emergency.
im giving you few tips
To reduce the risk of increasing aneurysms size:
Eat a heart-healthy diet, exercise, stop smoking (if you smoke), and reduce stress to help lower your chances of having a blocked artery again.
Your health care provider may give you medicine to help lower your cholesterol.
take medicines for blood pressure regularly as prescribed to you.
dont worry sir have a good health take care of yourself thanks:)