Signs of unruptured aneurysm include headaches, double vision, loss of vision, eye and neck
pain, warning headaches caused by leakage of
blood into the brain prior to its rupture. Symptoms of a ruptured aneurysm are sudden severe headache, lethargy, confusion and stupor, seizures, sudden mood swings, dysarthria, ptosis, movement disorders like ataxia and even death. You need to consult a neurologist immediately for an emergency evaluation with angiography, MRI, CT and CSF analysis.