2. Back Pain
If an aortic aneurysm is intact and not ruptured, it wouldn’t produce many symptoms, maybe not any at all. However, enlarged aneurysms are definitely at risk of rupture and do give rise to certain warning symptoms. It could be difficult to pinpoint regular back pain as a symptom of an aortic aneurysm (or several), but this sort of pain would probably be a bit different.
It wouldn’t be a light pain that goes away with rest or even heating pads. In fact, it would probably be a deep, consistent pain on the back or its side. It would also be a radiating kind of pain that could spread to other areas of the body.
If the aneurysm ruptures, this pain could become extreme and even spread to other parts of the body, requiring immediate medical attention.