I had an MRI done about 4 wks ago and the results stated that I had a Capillary Telangiectasia?



I had an MRI done about 4 wks ago and the results stated that I had a Capillary Telangiectasia thats about 6mm in size. My neurologist stated that its something that’s usually not treated and that the worst that could happen is that it could hemorrhage, cause a stroke and/or death, but that is very very very rare. Is that true? Do I have anything to worry about? I am very scared. How would I know if it has ruptured? What can cause it to rupture?

Age: 52
Female
Medications: Gabapentin tramadol
General Information: I have my forehead moving forward. Headaches bad body sweat at times. I’m very very emotional.