10 Causes of a Brain Aneurysm

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Cause #3: Heredity

Another thing that can make a person more likely to develop an aneurysm is heredity. It’s been known for quite some time that some illnesses and conditions are likely to be passed down from parents to children.

There are a number of conditions that can be passed down through genetics that can make a person more likely to have an aneurysm. Chronic high blood pressure, for example, can be passed down through genes and can make someone more likely to have an aneurysm.

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