Doctors For Tom Sizemore Recommend “End-Of-Life Decision” To His Family

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On February 18, 2023, actor Tom Sizemore collapsed on the floor and was taken to the hospital. Doctors discovered that Sizemore had suffered from a brain aneurysm.

At the time, doctors didn’t know exactly how serious the situation was. According to Sizemore’s manager, Charles Lago, it was a “wait and see situation.”

Now, there is new information. It turns out that the future looks grim for Sizemore. Actually, according to doctors, there is “no future hope.”

Sizmore’s family is being asked to make an “end-of-life decision.” According to Lago, “The family is now deciding end of life matters.” He added that the family asks “for privacy” and wants “to thank everyone for the hundreds of messages of support, and prayers that have been received. This has been a difficult time for them.”

This information was originally released February 28, 2023. It has been several days, and there is still no update on Sizemore’s condition or his family’s decision.

Watch the video below to learn more about Sizemore’s medical condition and his career.

According to The Mayo Clinic, a brain aneurysm is a bulge in a blood vessel in the brain. If the aneurysm ruptures, it can be life-threatening.

It is unknown what exactly causes a brain aneurysm, but known risk factors include smoking cigarettes, drug abuse, heavy alcohol consumption, older age and high blood pressure.

Sizemore is 61 years old, and he previously admitted to having a drug problem during his life, particularly with cocaine, heroin and meth.

Symptoms of a brain aneurysm include a very severe headache, seizure, nausea, drooping eyelid, loss of consciousness, stiff neck, blurred vision and confusion, but the headache, which can be described as the “worst headache,” is the most common symptom.

Sizemore is best known for his roles in “Saving Private Ryan, ” “Black Hawk Down,” “The Relic” and “Strange Days.” His most recent acting credit was in 2022 as Doctor Tom on the series “Barbee Rehab.”