Small aneurysms don’t usually cause any symptoms. However, as aneurysms get bigger and depending on their location, they can cause pain in the groin, lower back, lower abdomen, chest, or above or behind your eye.
Larger aneurysms can also lead to:
- fainting spells
- vision changes
- a drooping eyelid
- numbness or weakness on one side of your face or body
- symptoms of heart failure (shortness of breath, swelling)