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Jen (@jurney01)

Celiac Artery Aneurysm: Anyone else with same illness?

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@kanaazpereira

Hello @saschlief,

I’m sorry to hear about your dad’s diagnosis, but so glad that you came to Connect to seek some information from Jen, @jurney01.

As @hopeful33250 mentioned earlier, celiac artery aneurysm is indeed rare, but I would encourage you to read this article about some research done at Mayo Clinic which shows that endovascular repair could be effective in treating aneurysms involving branches of the celiac and superior mesenteric arteries: http://mayocl.in/1OS5tAf

saschlief, I’d also like to introduce you to a few members who have talked about living with abdominal aortic aneurysm. @janetpomponio, @kdh1, @playsdixie, @elsinann, @lynnkay1956, @ssams, @jessicalatessa, do you have any insight for @saschlief that would help her father?

@saschlief, could you give us a few more details? What symptoms did your dad have that led to this diagnosis? How is his doctor monitoring the aneurysm to make sure it does not get too enlarged?

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I have a celiac aneurysm Diagnosed in Dec. I wondered if there are any other health issues that make it a risk factor. I have hypertension, high sugar and colestral. Pelviv floor is lax. Lately BP has been way high and there are sounds in my lower belly after I eat.

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