She thought it was just headache but died two days later, beware of this sickness

Lee Broadway, a mother of four from Charlotte, North Carolina, United States, was a very popular woman.

She and her husband Eric met when they were in school, and after a few years they got married and had four children.

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Lee suffered from migraines from time to time, so it was not uncommon for her to suffer from occasional headaches.

But on April 1, 2017, she suffered from a particularly extreme headache.

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Lee and Eric went to the hospital, but they could not imagine that Lee’s condition was life threatening.

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“Lee suffered from migraines”, her husband Eric said. “So a headache was not something that worried us”.

Once they came in the hospital, she was diagnosed with a cerebral aneurysm.

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A cerebral aneurysm causes small blood vessels to weaken and blood to accumulate in small bubbles, which cause stress in the brain.

In such a situation there are two risks – the pressure in the brain becomes too great, or the blood vessels rupture and begin to bleed.

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When blood vessels rupture, a particularly extreme headache occurs, which feels similar to a migraine.

Lee passed away two days after she was hospitalized, just days before her 42nd birthday.

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There are several signs of a cerebral aneurysm:

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1. An extreme and sudden headache, one you have never felt before

2. Neck pain

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3. Nausea and vomiting

4. Sensitivity to light

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5. Fainting and/or loss of consciousness

6. Seizures

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If diagnosed in time, a surgery can be performed for prevention purposes.

If you or someone you know is experiencing the symptoms, go see a hospital immediately.

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