Hello! Sounds like you’ve got a lot going on. Six years ago, I was diagnosed with an ascending aortic aneurysm. Didn’t even know that I had an aneurysm until I collapsed one day out of the blue. Turns out that I have an autoimmune disorder that doesn’t neatly fall into any of the vasculitis categories. I was scheduled for surgery about a month after the collapse. I was a little nervous waiting for the surgery. Doctors said that I shouldn’t worry about the aneurysm rupturing within a month. Unlike you, I didn’t have months to think about a growing aneurysm. All I can say is to continue to live your life as best you can. I am guessing that you will have surgery sometime in the future? Mayo Clinic is a great place , especially if you have a complicated case.
I do hope that you have a good support system with family and friends. I had to rely on many people after my surgeries. I am grateful that I had that support as my recovery was difficult due to complications. (Just so you know, I did not have my surgeries at a Mayo as I live in Southern California.). I am doing much better now. I somehow managed to remain optimistic throughout my procedures and long recovery.
I think this forum is a good place to get feedback and support. There aren’t many support groups out there for people who are dealing aneurysms pre and post surgery.
Best of luck.