I got an MRI scan done some years ago because of a headache due to an unrelated reason to this.
> There is a rare congenital anomaly present. This is a vascular anomaly.
> There appears to be bilateral hypoplasia or aplasia of both internal carotid arteries.
> Both vertebral arteries are enlarged. The basilar artery is patent. The anterior circulation is derived from large posterior communicating arteries.
> Although I can see no definite evidence of focal intracranial aneurysm on this examination. Specialist opinion is warranted in view of the patient's history.
>> Recommend neurosurgical review
> No acute intracerebral abnormality. Rare congenital anomaly, recommend neurosurgical discussion and neurosurgical review as deemed appropriate
> Report Severity: Clinically significant and/or unexpected Finding.
I want to start a testosterone cycle and that increases blood pressure so I don't want my brain to go boom because of it.
What should I do?