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There is really no diet or medical treatment that is known to effect the rate of change in an aortic aneurysm.
The only way that medications work in this condition is by controlling the issues that are known to promote growth of the aneurysm
It is important to control your blood pressure and cholesterol and closely watch the aneurysm, which it seems you are doing already.
Thank you; I was hoping for something more positive. Be well.
I realized that this was not the answer you were hoping to hear but it would be unfair to you and unprofessional of me were I provide you with anything less than truthful and honest information.
Surely, you prefer that I tell the truth rather than what you wish to hear. Because it reflects very poorly on me unless you press one of the top three faces, keep this in mind when rating my answer and please do not punish me
It's not your fault; you medical training precludes cause/effect investigation, in my opinion. I also know that you are not thoroughly versed in Nutritional Therapies. As a Trained and Certified Nutritionist, I do know about inflammatory remedies, and other such. But in asking the Question of you, I was hoping for a non-surgical stasis for the situation.
Thanks for your time.
Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX think I have found my answer from anouther source. Thanks for your time -- Be Well