Hello my name is Christine and I was born with a liver disease called Biliary Artesia and ended up having to have a liver transplant when I was only 2 years old. I have been doing good with my health issues living my life almost like a normal teen untill June of 09. In June of 09 i had a brain aneurysm rupture in my head and come to fin out I have 4 of them total. Now I have heard that people with organ transplants are at a higher risk for aneurysms so I was wondering if anyone could tell me if this is true??? And how I could prove to someone that it is true if it is??? so if someone could please tell me if they know anything in regards this or how I could find out please let me know ASAP thank you very much.View Thread
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